This page shows data on COVID-19 in NYC since the beginning of the pandemic. Below, click a button to view data on trends over time, or cumulative data.
The data here show how COVID-19 has affected people in New York City since the city’s first confirmed
case was diagnosed on February 29, 2020.
Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths
These charts shows the daily number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases,
hospitalizations and deaths by date that each occurred. You can also see monthly hospitalization and death rates by ZIP Code.
The maps and charts below show counts and rates of cases and deaths by a person's ZIP code of residence.
The number of reported confirmed cases in a ZIP code may be affected by that
population size, access to health care and access to testing. For example, if an
has a low total case number but a high percent of positive cases could reflect
people with mild symptoms not getting tested.