Connect with us


Check out our new interactive map showing Covid-19 cases by ZIP code in Pinellas County

Margie Manning



Every Pinellas County ZIP code has at least one confirmed case of Covid-19.

The St. Pete Catalyst has launched an interactive map, based on the latest data from the Florida Department of Health, so readers can see how the pandemic is impacting their neighborhoods. We’ll update it frequently as new numbers come in.

The ZIP code with the most cases is 33756, which includes parts of Belleair, Belleair Bluffs, Clearwater and Largo. That ZIP code had 33 cases as of midday Saturday, according to data from the Florida Department of Health.

The next highest number of cases are in the 33774 ZIP code. There are 25 cases in that area, which includes part of Largo.

Downtown St. Petersburg, 33701, has 17 cases.

The ZIP code reflected in the data is ideally a representation of a Covid-19 positive person’s residence, according to the Department of Health. However, there are instances where the ZIP code may reflect the hospital where a person/case was admitted or tested. Florida health officials say they are working to review these cases and appropriate them to the correct residential information. 

NOTE: Since original publication, the map below has been updated to reflect the most current data available from the Florida Department of Health.


[wp_choropleth id=26854]

Continue Reading


  1. Avatar

    A L Hickerson

    April 11, 2020at3:51 pm

    St Pete Catalyst. I live in Zip 33756 in a condo on the grounds of the Belleview Biltmore hotel. It would really be helpful in planning to go for groceries or appointments in or around MP Hospital, where the concentration of C V cases are located. It would also be helpful to know if there is a presence of C V in the other several condos. Please continue your effort to be able to display this information. Thank you.

  2. Avatar

    Jessica Stumbo

    April 11, 2020at7:14 pm

    I work in the hospitality world as many friends I know as well do. We were promised a check the firstvweek of this month which is yet to be declared and we are all scraping by including myself that has chronic pancreatitis. I need my meds monthly to stay alive or I may as well be killed by this virus that has killed so many innocent other patrons. We were PROMISED THIS INCOME SO WHAT IS TAKING SO LONG!!?? The IRS already took my income taxes due back to me due to being ill and not being able to pay my property taxes in 2017. I juat paid them leaving me broke so I still have a roof over my head. What is this world coming to during this pandemic?? We are suppose to unite not hurt us worse tham already being hurt. Smh it’s a sad world especially for the ones that are chronically ill!!

  3. Avatar

    G Martin

    April 12, 2020at2:07 am

    If not careful most of the jobs will be digging graves.

  4. Avatar

    Christine Schroeder

    April 13, 2020at6:39 pm

    Please open the private pools in condominiums. We all share air & elevator space. All of us have hunkered down together…plz let us enjoy the pool & sunshine!

  5. Avatar

    pete Speckles

    April 18, 2020at5:38 pm

    Go back to work! Bill have u been checked yet to see if u might have the virus? No so u go to work and others around u get sick, someone dies and they find out u gave that to u. Is that far to say u killed someone cause u or others have yet been tested. Who fault is it? Yours? Who sues u for a wrongful death

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

By posting a comment, I have read, understand and agree to the Posting Guidelines.

The St. Pete Catalyst

The Catalyst honors its name by aggregating & curating the sparks that propel the St Pete engine.  It is a modern news platform, powered by community sourced content and augmented with directed coverage.  Bring your news, your perspective and your spark to the St Pete Catalyst and take your seat at the table.

Email us:

Subscribe for Free

Share with friend

Enter the details of the person you want to share this article with.