The NYC Department of Health has now released a detailed map showing the number of coronavirus cases throughout the city, based on zip code.
The map is based on data through Monday, March 31, when there were 38,936 cases in NYC. As of this morning, April 2, there are a reported 47,439 positive cases.
It should also be noted that certain neighborhoods have more access to testing, so that also contributes to certain numbers being much higher than others. Brooklyn and Queens seem to have the most hotspots, with zip codes with between 306 and 947 cases.
You can see the map in its entirety here:
To see other breakdowns, like age, sex, and borough, the Department of Health also releases a Daily Data Summary every afternoon here.
According to this data sheet, Queens holds 33% of the total cases and Brooklyn has 27%. Staten Island has the least at 6%.
featured image source: NYC Department of Health