DATA: Spring, Klein area nears 500 confirmed coroanvirus cases; ZIP code 77373 surpasses 100 cases

(Graphic by Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)
(Graphic by Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)

(Graphic by Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated May 7 at 11:20 a.m.

Of the nine ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper's Spring and Klein coverage area, ZIP code 77373 has surpassed ZIP code 77090 as having the most confirmed coronavirus cases with 103 as of May 7, according to Harris County Public Health Department data.

In total, the Spring and Klein area has 489 confirmed coronavirus cases as of May 7—about 0.12% of the area's total population. While ZIP code 77373 currently has the most confirmed coronavirus cases, ZIP code 77069 has the least with 20.

Here are the case numbers for Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes, per May 7 data, as well as population estimates for each ZIP code from the American Community Survey.

  • 77066: 48 cases in 36,703 total population (0.13%)

  • 77068: 23 cases in 10,991 total population (0.2%)

  • 77069: 20 cases in 18,622 total population (0.1%)

  • 77070: 61 cases in 53,239 total population (0.11%)

  • 77090: 94 cases in 39,381 total population (0.23%)

  • 77373: 103 cases in 59,093 total population (0.17%)

  • 77379: 66 cases in 79,986 total population (0.08%)

  • 77388: 36 cases in 49,487 total population (0.07%)

  • 77389: 38 cases in 35,349 total population (0.1%)

  • Total: 489 cases in 382,851 total population (0.12%)


As of May 7, Harris County and the city of Houston combined have 7,244 confirmed coronavirus cases. Of those, 4,409 cases are active, 2,685 people have recovered, and 150 people have died.

Updated April 21 at 3:49 p.m.


The Harris County Public Health Department released an interactive map April 20 that shows the exact number of positive coronavirus cases per ZIP code instead of case number ranges.

According to the newly released data, which can be found on the public health department's COVID-19 dashboard, across the nine ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper's Spring and Klein coverage area, ZIP code 77090 continues to have the most cases with 81. By comparison, ZIP code 77068 has the least number of cases with 11.

Here are the case numbers for Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes per April 21 data, as well as population estimates for each ZIP code from the American Community Survey.

  • 77066: 26 cases (36,703 total population)

  • 77068: 11 cases (10,991 total population)

  • 77069: 13 cases (18,622 total population)

  • 77070: 43 cases (53,239 total population)

  • 77090: 81 cases (39,381 total population)

  • 77373: 57 cases (59,093 total population)

  • 77379: 50 cases (79,986 total population)

  • 77388: 29 cases (49,487 total population)

  • 77389: 26 cases (35,349 total population)


As of April 21, Harris County and the city of Houston combined have 4,977 confirmed coronavirus cases. Of those, 3,740 cases are active, 1,159 cases have recovered and 78 cases have resulted in death.

Posted April 13 at 3:14 p.m.

On April 12, officials with the Harris County Public Heath Department released April 11 data for coronavirus cases by ZIP code.

Among the five total ZIP codes identified in Harris County as having the most confirmed coronavirus cases—all reporting between 61-95 cases—is ZIP code 77090, which runs along FM 1960 and I-45 in the Spring and Klein area. According to American Community Survey five-year estimates data for 2018, ZIP code 77090 is home to 39,381 residents and has a median annual household income of $39,897—the lowest annual household income of any of the nine ZIP codes that make up Spring and Klein.

Other ZIP codes in Harris County with 61-95 cases include 77449, 77084 and 77433—all located in west Harris County—and 77088, which is located inside Beltway 8 along I-45.

Here are the case number ranges for Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes in Harris County, per the April 11 data:

  • 77066: 11-20 cases (36,703 total population)

  • 77068: 0-10 cases (10,991 total population)

  • 77069: 0-10 cases (18,622 total population)

  • 77070: 21-40 cases (53,239 total population)

  • 77090: 61-95 cases (39,381 total population)

  • 77373: 41-60 cases (59,093 total population)

  • 77379: 21-40 cases (79,986 total population)

  • 77388: 21-40 cases (49,487 total population)

  • 77389: 11-20 cases (35,349 total population)


As of the April 11 data, 3,629 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Harris County. To view Harris County's coronavirus cases by ZIP code map, click here.
By Hannah Zedaker

Editor, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Hannah joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor of the Spring/Klein edition and later became the editor of both the Spring/Klein and Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood editions in June 2021. Hannah covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Hannah served as associate editor of The Houstonian, interned with Community Impact Newspaper and spent time writing for the Sam Houston State University College of Fine Arts and Mass Communication and The Huntsville Item.