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Coronavirus NYC Data Page: COVID-19 Cases Based on Patient Address by ZIP Code

As can be discerned, the map illustrates how the hardest hit areas in New York City are often those zip codes with the lowest median income

The number of cases of Coronavirus in the five boroughs of the City of New York as of March 31st. (Source: NYC Health)

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As of March 31st 2020, the map above demonstrates how COVID-19 is hitting New York City by zip code. The following is the breakdown of the hardest hit and least hit areas by zip code within each of the City’s five boroughs. As can be discerned, the map illustrates how the hardest hit areas are often those zip codes with the lowest median income, while the areas with the least number of Coronavirus cases are usually affluent neighborhoods. The reason for this discrepancy may be that those with jobs that allowed them to work from home sooner were able to escape the wrath of the virus. Another factor may be that with the exodus of wealthy New Yorkers that fled to their second homes on the East End of Long Island, the Catskills and the Jersey Shore, the areas of the boroughs that they left are not suffering like others due to the net decrease in population.

This map is updated and published by the City of New York on a regular basis and can be found using the following link to its data page:


The highest affected area: Washington Heights

The least affected areas:

  • To the south of Tribeca.
  • To the north of Fort George, in the area of Inwood.
  • North of Lower Manhattan to just below Kips Bay.
  • North of Kips Bay to Little Brazil in Midtown.


The highest affected areas: Brighton Beach and Manhattan Beach, Gravesend, Sheepshead Bay, Madison, Marine Park, Flatlands, Bergen Beach, Mill Basin, Borough Park, Cypress Hills, Kensington, Windsor Terrace, Flatbush, East Flatbush, Crown Heights, Canarsie, East New York, Broadway Triangle, Williamsburg and East Williamsburg.

The least affected areas:

  • To the south of Park Slope and Red Hook, in the area of Sunset Park.
  • To the south of Borough Park in the area of Dyker Heights.
  • To the south of New Lots/East New York, in the area of Starrett City.

People waiting in line to see a Doctor on Queen’s Boulevard in Forest Hills today at 9:00 am. Posted to Facebook by Luiz Rampelotto. (Photo: Europanewswire)


The highest affected areas: Far Rockaway, Ridgewood, Glendale, Rego Park, Forest Hills, Elmhurst, Woodside, Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, East Elmhurst, Corona, Willets Point, Kew Garden Hills, Pomonok, Jamaica Hills, Hillcrest, Jamaica Estates, South Jamaica, St. Albans, Rochdale, Springfield Gardens.

The lease affected areas:

  • North and Northeast of North Flushing (11358): Bayside, Bay Terrace, Queens Village, Bellerose Terrace, Floral Park, Bellerose Manor, Glen Oaks, Little Neck, Douglaston.
  • To the north of Astoria and to the south of Hunters Point/Long Island City, in the area of Greenpoint.
  • To the south of Briarwood around the area South Jamaica.
  • To the south of Utopia (11365), in the areas of Hillcrest and Fresh Meadows.
  • To the south of Jacob Riis Park and north of Seaside, all the way to Far Rockaway.


The highest affected areas: South Bronx/Grand Concourse, Morrisania, Highbridge, Mt. Eden, Morris Heights, University Heights, Little Italy, Belmont, Mt. Hope, Fordham Heights, Fordham Manor, Parkchester, Little Yemen, Morris Park, Pelham Bay, Westchester Square, Wakefield, Edenwald, Eastchester, Parkside Housing Project, Gun Hill Houses, Olinville, Norwood, Willamsbridge, East Bronx, Laconia, The Valley, Baychester, Allerton, Pelham Gardens.

The least affected areas:

  • North of Eastchester, in the areas of New Rochelle (Westchester County).
  • South of the Bronx River, in the area of Hunts Point.
  • Northwest of Norwood and Kingsbridge, in the area of Van Cortlandt Park, Fieldston/Riverdale.

Staten Island

The highest affected areas: Arden Heights and Annadale and Eltingville to the south of the island, and New Springville, Heartland Village, Bulls Head, Castleton Corners, Wasterleigh, and Graniteville to the north.

The least affected areas: North of Graniteville, in the areas of Mariners Harbor and Elm Park.


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