Nyc Zip Code Map

By | February 26, 2020

Nyc Zip Code Map

“This should shock the conscience of our city,” said Mark Levine, chair of the New York City Council’s health committee. Our newest map shows where geographically in New York City coronavirus deaths are occuring by zip code along with death rate per 100,000 residents. The map shows high per capita coronavirus death rates in Starrett City, Far Rockaway, Flushing, the Northeast Bronx, and Coney Island.

The new information confirms earlier data that found a disparity in deaths caused by the virus among people of color and those who live in low-income neighborhoods. The data released Monday reinforced earlier revelations that black and Hispanic New Yorkers were both more than twice as likely to be killed by the virus as white people.

Two months into the crisis, New Yorkers are being allowed access to city data that show death count by zip code. NYC Deaths Hispanic: 34% of deaths (29% of population) Black: 28% of deaths (22% of population) White: 27% of deaths (32% of population)

Nyc Zip Code Map : Data released by New York City’s Department of Health breaks down coronavirus death rates per 100,000 in zipcodes across New York City. An analysis of five major cities by BuzzFeed News found that ZIP codes with more cases per person tended to be lower income, have more elderly residents, and be communities of color. Brooklyn ZIP code 11239 in East New York has faced the highest number of COVID-19 deaths per capita in the city, new Department of Health data shows. The Newly released Department of Health data shows .

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