The Alamodome will serve as a no-cost mass COVID-19 vaccine site, beginning Jan. 11, 2020. The site will require registration and will be able to vaccinate approximately 1,500 persons per day from the start. Those who are eligible to receive the vaccines are Phase 1A which includes healthcare workers, and residents at long-term care facilities, and Phase 1B, which includes residents over 65-years-old or residents 16 and older with a chronic medical condition.
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San Antonio's "What Will It Take" campaign enlisted local artists to encourage people to do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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Know the travel risk by finding any county in the U.S. on this map to see the chances that someone at an event there will be COVID-19 positive.
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By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Sept. 21, 2020 As of Thursday, COVID-19 had killed 14,590 Texans.
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By Juan Pablo Garnham, The Texas Tribune Sept. 1, 2020 The federal government on Tuesday announced a nationwide eviction moratorium designed to protect renters from losing their homes until the end of the year. The order could keep millions of Texans from being evicted.