This Interactive Map Shows How Many Coronavirus Cases Each Cincinnati Neighborhood Has

The map lets users click on individual neighborhoods to get specific case information for that area. You can also adjust the map to show cases by zip code.

click to enlarge This Interactive Map Shows How Many Coronavirus Cases Each Cincinnati Neighborhood Has
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The City of Cincinnati has created a comprehensive COVID-19 case tracker dashboard that shows not only how many cases of the virus have been confirmed in the city — as well as hospitalization numbers, deaths and recoveries — but also where those cases are located and the breakdown based on age, sex and race.

The interactive neighborhood map, active since April, also lets users click on specific neighborhoods to get individual case information for that area. You can also alter the map to show cases by zip code. Or track the total case numbers over time.

As of May 22, the map shows there were 963 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cincinnati, 205 hospitalizations, 45 deaths and 529 recoveries.

Westwood has the most confirmed cases, with 175. Pendleton, Mount Adams, Linwood, the East End and California all have zero confirmed cases.


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