El Paso infection rates by ZIP code

El Paso public health officials have been providing a daily map of positive test results by ZIP code. But that map doesn’t take into account the widely different population numbers in each ZIP code. The county’s most-populous ZIP code — 79936 — has 43 times more people than the smallest, 79930.

El Paso Matters looked at the number of positive COVID-19 tests per 10,000 people in each ZIP code. These numbers don’t include Fort Bliss because the Army is tracking cases separately and not making public that information, based on a Defense Department directive.

Hover over a ZIP code for details.


El Paso’s COVID-19 infection trend over time

New COVID-19 cases by day

Economic impact

Cover photo: A National Guard soldier directed traffic at a Central El Paso food pantry on Wednesday, April 8. The Guard is assisting El Pasoans Fighting Hunger deal with a huge increase in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Robert Moore/El Paso Matters)

Robert Moore is the founder and CEO of El Paso Matters. He has been a journalist in the Texas Borderlands since 1986.

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