The highest relative proportion of coronavirus cases in Arlington is along the Columbia Pike corridor, new data shows.
As of Friday morning, there were 1,281 known COVID-19 cases in Arlington, with 227 hospitalizations and 57 deaths. That’s an increase of 277 cases, 58 hospitalizations and 15 deaths compared to one week prior, and continues a slowing of new cases over the past few days.
The latest Virginia Dept. of Health data shows 22,342 total cases, 3,059 hospitalizations, 812 deaths and 143,220 tests conducted statewide.
In Arlington, the Columbia Pike corridor — the 22204 zip code — had 486 reported cases. That’s 38% of all cases in the county, though the area has only 23% of Arlington’s population. By comparison, the 22201 zip code — part of the the Orange Line corridor and neighborhoods around Courthouse and Clarendon — has 123 cases, or just under 10% of the county total, while containing 16.1% of the population, according to 2010 Census data.
The test positivity rate for 22204 is 35.6%, compared to 16.6% for 22201.
The zip code breakdown, newly related by the state health department and compiled by ARLnow, is below.
- 22201 (Courthouse, Clarendon, Lyon Park; 16.1% of pop.): 123
- 22202 (Crystal City, Pentagon City, Arlington Ridge; 10.9% of pop.): 103
- 22203 (Ballston, Buckingham, Arlington Forest; 10.5% of pop.): 162
- 22204 (Columbia Pike corridor; 22.8% of pop.): 486
- 22205 (Westover, Tara-Leeway Heights, East Falls Church; 8.2% of pop.): 68
- 22206 (Shirlington, Fairlington, Long Branch Creek; 9.2% of pop.): 98
- 22207 (Cherrydale, Country Club Hills, Yorktown; 14.9% of pop.): 176
- 22209 (Rosslyn, Radnor-Fort Myer Heights; 5.9% of pop.): 44
- 22213 (portion of Arlington’s northwest corner; 1.4% of pop.): 10
Zip code map via Arlington County