City of Cincinnati provides breakdown of COVID-19 cases by zip code
CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Cincinnati city officials have provided a breakdown of its confirmed COVID-19 cases by zip code for the first time.
City Health Commissioner Melba Moore released the figures during a news conference on Monday after Mayor Cranley announced a furlough impacting 1,700 city workers.
There are 37 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Cincinnati, the most recent a 33-year-old man who tested positive on Monday, Moore said.
No one has died from the virus in the city so far, she added.
The zip code breakdown is as follows:
Zip code (Neighborhoods [some colloquial names included]) – Number of cases
45202 (Downtown, Over-The-Rhine, Mt. Adams, Pendleton) – 2
45204 (Riverside, Sedamsville, Lower Price Hill, Price Hill Incline District, South Fairmont) – 1
45206 (Walnut Hills, East Walnut Hills) – 3
45208 (Hyde Park, East Hyde Park, Obryonville, Mt. Lookout) – 3
45209 (Oakley) – 3
45211 (Westwood, Cheviot, Monfort Heights North) – 1
45213 (Pleasant Ridge, Kennedy Heights) – 3
45215 (Wyoming, Reading, Woodlawn) – 1
45219 (CUF, Mt. Auburn, Corryville, University Heights) – 2
45220 (Clifton) – 4
45223 (Northside, South Cumminsville) – 1
45224 (College Hill, North College Hill, Wintondale) – 2
45226 (East End, Columbia-Tusculum) – 1
45227 (Mariemont, Madisonville, Fairfax) – 1
45229 (Avondale, North Avondale) – 1
45230 (Mount Washington) – 1
45237 (Bond Hill, Golf Manor, Amberly, Brookwood, Roselawn) – 2
45238 (Delhi, Western Hills) – 2
Moore’s breakdown does not include all zip codes in the city.
It also includes zip codes that are not in the city.
Lastly, the numbers Moore provided add up to 34, not 37.
The health department explained Tuesday that cases have not been confirmed, and there are some addresses that also have not been confirmed.
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