Greetings Johns Creek!
We are making headway and our numbers continue to improve with a sustained decline in the overall Incidence Rate in Johns Creek. While our overall Incidence Rate levels have gone down to an amount similar to where we were in early November, we should not lose sight of important efforts to keep the virus at bay -- social distancing, small to no gatherings, washing hands, and wearing a mask when in public.
Over the past 14-day reporting period, Johns Creek has seen a 49% decrease in transmission rates of COVID-19 in Johns Creek and we now have the lowest Incidence Rate of all of the 15 cities in Fulton County. Let’s continue to bring our numbers down even more!
The important next step is getting our community vaccinated.
Georgia has expanded access to the COVID-19 vaccine by including educators and school staff as eligible to be vaccinated beginning March 8, 2021. Groups now newly eligible for the vaccine include: Pre-K thru 12 Educators & Staff; Adults with Intellectual & Development Disabilities & their Caregivers; Parents of Children with Complex Medical Conditions.