It still holds true that Johns Creek remains among the fewest total case counts of all the major cities in North Fulton County (as of 11/20/2020) and the city consistently carries a slight increase in case count (4.7%) over a 14 day period. The rise in new diagnoses is what is becoming concerning as the city has seen a 69.3% increase in new diagnoses between the most recent 14 days (10/31 to 11/13) preceding the most recent 7 days and the 14 days preceding that (10/17 to 10/30).
This continued increase represents a bump in new diagnosis. The last update I shared on November 16, 2020 showed a 42.7% increase in new diagnoses two weeks ago and from the most recent report there is a 69.3% increase in new diagnoses.
And again, the overall Incidence Rate continues to rise (230.8 in the chart below) to a levels which are not where we need our city to be headed. We need to do a better job at preventing illness by not risking exposure to and not transmitting this virus.