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The Delaware Division of Health now allows people to pinpoint the number of cases of COVID-19 by zip code

A new interactive map developed by state health officials allows you to find the number of people confirmed to have the virus in any particular zip code in the state.

The interactive map also shows the evolution of the spread since the first outbreaks were reported in early February.

The map shows the highest concentrations of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in pockets of southeastern New Castle County, eastern Kent and Sussex Counties near Slaughter Beach, and central Sussex near Georgetown.

With statewide cases now set to surpass 2000, the map allows you to easily see how many cases of COVID-19 (within roughly a 25-case range) have been confirmed in your community.

Click here to view the map: https://coronavirus.delaware.gov

 

For example, 19807 (Greenville), 19806 (Highlands/Rockford Park/Trolley Square in Wilmington), 19707 (Hockessin) and 19809 (Edgemoor) currently have somewhere between 11 and 25 cases. The north Wilmington 19803 zip code has somewhere between 26 to 50 confirmed cases.

Zip code 19947 in Sussex County has the state’s largest concentration, with as many as 150 cases confirmed thus far. New Castle’s 19720 that stretches down to Delaware City has up to 125 confirmed cases.

The tiny hamlets of Rockland (19732) and Yorklyn (19736) with just a few hundred residents are among the few Delaware zip codes with “no data reported” to be captured in the map.

 

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