ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) -- St. Louis County officials released a map Friday morning highlighting COVID-19 case numbers in the county's individual zip codes and it shows a clear concentration of cases in north and west parts of the county.

April 13 STL County COVID zip code

The map shows a high concentration of cases, more than 150 per 100,000 people, in zip codes in north St. Louis County in Spanish Lake, Berkeley, Woodson Terrace, Bel-Ridge, Edmundson, KinlockPagedale, Hanley Hills, Bel-Nor, Wellston, Hillsdale, Greendale, Riverview, Glasgow Village, Bellefontaine Neighbors and in Old Jamestown near Hazelwood and Florissant. There's also a high concentration of cases per capita in the Wildwood, Clarkson Valley and Chesterfield area in west St. Louis County. 

As of Tuesday night, St. Louis County had 1,203 cases and 24 deaths.

In a press release, county officials said "zip codes that have fewer cases should not become complacent or disregard the guidelines set forth."

County officials announced there is clear evidence of community spread in the county back on March 22.

[RELATED: News 4 is tracking COVID-19 cases in Missouri and Illinois by jurisdiction]

The county released their zip code data just two days after St. Louis City released a map of cases. 

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