DATA: Spring, Klein area adds 67 confirmed coronavirus cases in one week; no new deaths as of May 29

In total, the Spring and Klein area has 678 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 611 cases reported one week ago May 22. (Graphic by Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)
In total, the Spring and Klein area has 678 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 611 cases reported one week ago May 22. (Graphic by Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)

In total, the Spring and Klein area has 678 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 611 cases reported one week ago May 22. (Graphic by Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)

Updated May 29 at 1:42 p.m.

The nine ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper's Spring and Klein coverage area are home to a total of 227 active coronavirus cases, 437 recoveries and 14 deaths as of May 29.

Per the May 29 data, ZIP code 77373 continues to have the most confirmed cases at 138 and the most recoveries at 93, while ZIP code 77070 has the most active cases at 48. As no new coronavirus-related deaths were reported since May 22, ZIP code 77373 continues to have the most deaths at six. In total, the Spring and Klein area has 678 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 611 cases reported one week ago May 22.

By comparison, as of May 29, Harris County and the city of Houston combined have 11,770 confirmed coronavirus cases. Of those, 6,885 cases are active; 4,661 people have recovered; and 224 people have died. For more information about testing, click here.

While the county does not break down test numbers by ZIP code, in total, Harris County has now conducted 154,894 tests at both private and public labs, a number that includes both PCR swab tests, which determine active infections from the new coronavirus, and serology tests, which identify antibodies against the virus to determine past infection. A total of 23,583 tests were conducted between May 20-27.


Here are the case number breakdowns for Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes, per May 29 data, as well as population estimates for each ZIP code from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey.

ZIP code 77066

Population: 36,703

Confirmed cases: 75

Active cases: 30

Recoveries: 44

Deaths: 1

ZIP code 77068

Population: 10,991

Confirmed cases: 24

Active cases: 6

Recoveries: 18

Deaths: 0

ZIP code 77069

Population: 18,622

Confirmed cases: 30

Active cases: 20

Recoveries: 10

Deaths: 0

ZIP code 77070

Population: 53,239

Confirmed cases: 100

Active cases: 48

Recoveries: 51

Deaths: 1

ZIP code 77090

Population: 39,381

Confirmed cases: 109

Active cases: 33

Recoveries: 72

Deaths: 4

ZIP code 77373

Population: 59,093

Confirmed cases: 138

Active cases: 39

Recoveries: 93

Deaths: 6

ZIP code 77379

Population: 79,986

Confirmed cases: 96

Active cases: 23

Recoveries: 72

Deaths: 1

ZIP code 77388

Population: 49,487

Confirmed cases: 55

Active cases: 14

Recoveries: 41

Deaths: 0

ZIP code 77389

Population: 35,349

Confirmed cases: 51

Active cases: 14

Recoveries: 36

Deaths: 1

Spring and Klein

Total population: 382,851

Total confirmed: 678 (0.18% of total population)

Total active cases: 227 (33.48% of total confirmed cases)

Total recoveries: 437 (64.45% of total confirmed cases)

Total deaths: 14 (2.06% of total confirmed cases)

Updated May 22 at 10:30 a.m.

The nine ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper's Spring and Klein coverage area are home to a total of 204 active coronavirus cases, 393 recoveries and 14 deaths as of May 22.

This week, the Harris County Public Health Department began breaking down confirmed coronavirus cases into active cases, recoveries and deaths on the ZIP code level. Previously, the department was only breaking down total county numbers by case status.

Per the May 22 data, ZIP code 77373 continues to have the most confirmed cases at 129, the most active cases at 43 and the most recoveries at 80. ZIP code 77090 has the most coronavirus-caused deaths at four.

In total, the Spring and Klein area has 611 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 561 cases reported one week ago May 15.

Here are the case number breakdowns for Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes, per May 22 data, as well as population estimates for each ZIP code from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey.

ZIP code 77066

Population: 36,703

Confirmed cases: 66

Active cases: 31

Recoveries: 34

Deaths: 1

ZIP code 77068

Population: 10,991

Confirmed cases: 22

Active cases: 6

Recoveries: 16

Deaths: 0

ZIP code 77069

Population: 18,622

Confirmed cases: 25

Active cases: 16

Recoveries: 9

Deaths: 0

ZIP code 77070

Population: 53,239

Confirmed cases: 79

Active cases: 33

Recoveries: 45

Deaths: 1

ZIP code 77090

Population: 39,381

Confirmed cases: 105

Active cases: 31

Recoveries: 70

Deaths: 4

ZIP code 77373

Population: 59,093

Confirmed cases: 129

Active cases: 43

Recoveries: 80

Deaths: 6

ZIP code 77379

Population: 79,986

Confirmed cases: 88

Active cases: 18

Recoveries: 69

Deaths: 1

ZIP code 77388

Population: 49,487

Confirmed cases: 48

Active cases: 13

Recoveries: 35

Deaths: 0

ZIP code 77389

Population: 35,349

Confirmed cases: 49

Active cases: 13

Recoveries: 35

Deaths: 1

Spring and Klein

Total population: 382,851

Total confirmed: 611 (0.16% of total population)

Total active cases: 204 (33.39% of total confirmed cases)

Total recoveries: 393 (64.32% of total confirmed cases)

Total deaths: 14 (2.29% of total confirmed cases)

As of May 22, Harris County and the city of Houston combined have 10,283 confirmed coronavirus cases. Of those, 6,012 cases are active, 4,055 people have recovered, and 216 people have died. For more information about testing, click here.

Posted May 15 at 12:47 p.m.

As the nine ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper's Spring and Klein coverage area have surpassed 500 total confirmed coronavirus cases, according to May 15 Harris County Public Health Department data, ZIP code 77373 continues to account for the most cases in the area with 119.

In total, the Spring and Klein area has 561 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 489 cases reported about a week ago May 7. While ZIP code 77373 has the most cases of the coronavirus, ZIP code 77090 has the highest concentration of cases in the area as confirmed cases account for 0.25% of its population.

Here are the case numbers for Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes, per May 15, data, as well as population estimates for each ZIP code from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey.


  • 77066: 62 cases in 36,703 total population (0.17%)



  • 77068: 21 cases in 10,991 total population (0.19%)



  • 77069: 25 cases in 18,622 total population (0.13%)



  • 77070: 67 cases in 53,239 total population (0.13%)



  • 77090: 99 cases in 39,381 total population (0.25%)



  • 77373: 119 cases in 59,093 total population (0.2%)



  • 77379: 82 cases in 79,986 total population (0.1%)



  • 77388: 42 cases in 49,487 total population (0.08%)



  • 77389: 44 cases in 35,349 total population (0.12%)



  • Total: 561 cases in 382,851 total population (0.15%)


As of May 15, Harris County and the city of Houston combined have 8,817 confirmed coronavirus cases. Of those, 5,208 cases are active, 3,416 people have recovered, and 193 people have died. For more information about testing, click here.
By Hannah Zedaker
Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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