Continue to Stay Cautious, Johns Creek!
We are making headway in the fight against coronavirus infections in our community. We’ve seen a sustained decline in the overall Incidence Rate in Johns and as of today, the overall Incidence Rate has decreased to levels which we experienced last October. But we’ve got to keep doing the right things for everyone around us: social distancing, avoiding anything but small gatherings, washing hands frequently, and wearing a mask when in public.
Johns Creek has seen a 32% decrease in transmission rates of COVID-19 over the past 14-day reporting period. Also, Johns Creek has one of the lowest Incidence Rate of all of the 15 cities in Fulton County.
The important next step is getting our community vaccinated.
Last week, Governor Kemp again expanded access to COVID-19 vaccines by allowing all residents of Georgia 55 and older access to the vaccine. Additionally, Georgia expanded vaccine access by including Pre-K thru 12 Educators & Staff; Adults with Intellectual & Development Disabilities & their Caregivers; Parents of Children with Complex Medical Conditions.