Harris County reports nearly 6,800 new COVID-19 cases among Cy-Fair residents throughout September

COVID-19 case counts rose by nearly 6,800 in Cy-Fair during September. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
COVID-19 case counts rose by nearly 6,800 in Cy-Fair during September. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

COVID-19 case counts rose by nearly 6,800 in Cy-Fair during September. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

At least 6,790 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed among residents of the 10 ZIP codes that fall within Cy-Fair ISD’s boundaries during September, according to Harris County Public Health. This was an increase over August, when 4,404 new cases were reported locally.


By Sept. 30, the community had seen 19,804 total confirmed cases—including recovered and active cases. This is a 52% increase from Sept. 1, when the region had seen 13,014 total cases.
Active case totals on any given day throughout the month ranged from 822-1,232.

Additionally, 45 Cy-Fair residents died from the virus in September. Deaths related to COVID-19 were reported in all 10 ZIP codes, the most being 17 in 77449.


See a breakdown by ZIP code below to find out which parts of the community saw higher case counts throughout month:


  • 77040: 492 new cases, four deaths

  • 77041: 371 new cases, three deaths

  • 77064: 711 new cases, eight deaths

  • 77065: 414 new cases, one death

  • 77070: 583 new cases, two deaths

  • 77084: 1,766 new cases, two deaths

  • 77095: 423 new cases, three deaths

  • 77429: 461 new cases, one death

  • 77433: 584 new cases, four deaths

  • 77449: 985 new cases, 17 deaths

By Danica Lloyd

Editor, Cy-Fair

Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in 2016. As editor, she continues to cover local government, education, health care, real estate, development, business and transportation in Cy-Fair. Her experience prior to CI includes studying at the Washington Journalism Center and interning at a startup incubator in D.C., serving as editor-in-chief of Union University's student magazine and online newspaper, reporting for The Jackson Sun and freelancing for other publications in Arkansas and Tennessee.