MAP: COVID-19 cases and vaccination rates in Chicago by ZIP code

MAP: COVID-19 cases and vaccination rates in Chicago by ZIP code

This story is supported by The Pulitzer Center.

Select your ZIP code to see the cumulative COVID-19 cases and vaccinations in the area. The map displays the percentage of fully vaccinated residents — meaning people who have received both doses of a two-shot vaccine or a single-shot vaccine. You can also click on the map to explore other ZIP codes in Chicago. These numbers are updated frequently so check back often.

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NOTES ON THE DATA:

  • All numbers displayed are provisional and subject to change.

  • COVID-19 case counts are cumulative, which means they include people who have died and those who have recovered. ZIP code is based on the residence of a patient, not the location of exposure.

  • The vaccination counts include Chicago residents only; ZIP code is based on the residence of a patient, not where the vaccination was given. This data is collected by the Chicago Department of Public Health from I-CARE, the state’s vaccine tracking system.

  • Data does not include vaccines administered in Chicago to people who live outside the city; that can be found here.

SOURCES: Chicago Department of Public Health; Illinois Department of Public Health.

This map is based on the work of David Eads, Asraa Mustufa, Paula Friedrich and Will English IV.