Coronavirus: Which ZIP codes in Warren County have the most cases?

The Ohio Department of Health reports 10,569 coronavirus cases as of Sunday in Warren County.

Warren County is a red alert level 3 on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System for “very high exposure and spread” of COVID-19.

Warren County, which has reported 8,415 cases since the pandemic began, on Wednesday was among 11 counties placed on the watch list for the highest alert level, or purple, on the color-coded Ohio Public Health Advisory System. It will be elevated next week to purple — which means “severe exposure and spread” of the virus — if conditions don’t improve.

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The top five ZIP Codes for coronavirus cases in Warren County are 45040 (Mason, Kings Mills and Landen), 45036 (Lebanon, Monroe, San Mar Gale, Dodds, Ridgeville, Red Lion and Greentree Corners), 45005 (Franklin, Middletown, Carlisle and Hunter), 45066 (Springboro and Five Points) and 45039 (Maineville, Mason and Loveland Park), which account for 8,188 of the county’s cases. Here is the number of cases for the top five ZIP Codes:


Cases: 2,243

Population: 54,507

Cases per 100,000 people: 4,115.1


Cases: 1,855

Population: 38,221

Cases per 100,000 people: 4,853.4


Cases: 1,682

Population: 31,317

Cases per 100,000 people: 5361.6


Cases: 1,325

Population: 24,836

Cases per 100,000 people: 5,335.0


Cases: 1,083

Population: 25,142

Cases per 100,000 people: 4,307.5