Greetings, Johns Creek! As we step into October and begin to enjoy all of the wonderful elements which a Georgia autumn provides to all, please do so with safety and caution. We still need to be careful to stop the spread of the coronavirus. While Johns Creek has among the lowest numbers of infections and deaths in Fulton County, we MUST remain vigilant in practicing guidelines set by the Center for Disease Control. These include: social distancing, washing hands and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces (including your phones), and wearing a mask when going outside your home.
In order to provide an accurate and timely update on just how the coronavirus is spreading in Johns Creek, we have pulled COVID-19 Counts and Rates data from the most recent Fulton County Board of Health Epidemiology Report (Dated October 2, 2020). In the table below, specific data for Johns Creek is highlighted for reference.
As you can see Johns Creek has among the lowest amounts of total cases of all the cities in North Fulton County (as of 10/2/2020) with a slight increase in case count (4.2%) over a 14 day period. The trend over the selected period shows there is a 33.3% decrease in new diagnoses between the 14 days (9/17 to 10/1) preceding the most recent 7 days and the 14 days preceding that (9/2 to 9/16).