DATA: Confirmed, active COVID-19 cases by ZIP code in Spring, Klein for Aug. 6

Harris County Public Health provides daily updates on the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county. (Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)
Harris County Public Health provides daily updates on the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county. (Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)

Harris County Public Health provides daily updates on the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county. (Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)

Editor's note: This post will be updated daily with the latest data from Harris County Public Health.

As of Aug. 6, 3,622 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed across nine Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes, according to data reported by Harris County Public Health. This number has increased by 92 cases since July 31 and includes 1,290 active cases, 2,293 recoveries and 39 deaths.

Since July 10, the 77090 ZIP code has reported a total of five deaths from COVID-19, however July 21 data reported one less death. Community Impact Newspaper has reached out to Harris County Public Health and the City of Houston Health Department on why the 77090 ZIP code has one less death than what was reported prior to July 21.


As of Aug. 6, Harris County Public Health reported a total of 81,919 confirmed cases in Harris County–including 34,203 active cases, 46,873 recoveries and 841 deaths. Comprehensive data for Harris County can be found here.

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