Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.
If you've been curious as to how Barcelona's neighbourhoods are faring when it comes to positive cases these days, you can find out thanks to this map from the Catalan Agency for Quality and Health Assessment (AQuAS). The map is configured with data displaying the amount of positive cases per 10,000 inhabitants. We refer to the latest update as of April 14.
According to this data, Roquetes is the most affected neighbourhood, with the rate of infection at 82.2 per 10,000 inhabitants. Roquetes is followed by neighbourhoods like Lisboa (Horta) (with a rate of 79.9) and Porta (with rates of 72.7). Humble working neighborhoods like South Raval (26) and Poble-sec (37.9) have lower rates of infection, and among the least affected neighbourhoods are the Gothic Quarter (22.2) and Sarrià (27.5).
By widening the focus of the map, you can also view the infection rates in other parts of Catalonia through another interactive resource from the government. This map shows a detailed geographical analysis of cases throughout Catalonia and concentrates on the areas with the most serious cases: Mataró, Badalona, Barcelona, Terrassa, Igualada, Tarragona and Reus.