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Mapping COVID-19 Cases In New York City

by Michael McLaughlin
A map of New York City showing that the number of COVID-19 cases per capita is higher in low-income areas.

The New York Times has created a series of data visualizations illustrating how COVID-19 has affected different populations in New York City. The visualizations, which show the number of cases and deaths by zip code, highlight that the outbreak is worse in areas with lower median incomes. One graph also indicates a correlation between an area’s infection rate and its average household size. 

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