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We’ve updated our ZIP code COVID-19 map to include Doña Ana County


We’ve been tracking El Paso County COVID-19 infection rates by ZIP code for several weeks. We’re adding Doña Ana County ZIP codes for a better regional picture.

El Paso and New Mexico governments have released case counts by ZIP code, but those can be misleading because they don’t account for population differences across ZIP code. El Paso Matters calculates infection rates per 10,000 people, using ZIP code population estimates.

Doña Ana County zip codes adjacent to El Paso have the highest infection rates in Doña Ana County and are similar to infection rates in El Paso County. ZIP codes north of the state line have lower infection rates than their Texas neighbor.

These numbers for both counties are as of Tuesday, May 5.

Hover your cursor over a ZIP code on the map below for more details. Darker shades represent higher infection rates.

Robert Moore

Robert Moore is the founder and CEO of El Paso Matters. He has been a journalist in the Texas Borderlands since 1986. He spent most of his career at the El Paso Times, serving in a variety of leadership roles. His work has received a number of top journalism honors including Pulitzer Prize finalist, the Burl Osborne award for editorial leadership, the James Madison Award from the Texas Freedom of Information Foundation, the Jack Douglas Award from Texas Associated Press Managing Editors and the Frank W. Mayborn Award for Community Leadership from the Texas Press Association. In 2013, he was the recipient of the Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award from the National Press Association. As a freelance journalist, Moore’s work has appeared in the Washington Post, Texas Monthly, ProPublica, National Public Radio, The Guardian and other publications. He has been featured as an expert on the border by CNN, MSNBC, BBC, CBC and PBS.

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