Updated as of January 15th: The San Antonio Metro Health District has received another 9,000-dose shipment of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines and will begin booking appointments today for the Alamodome next week. WellMed has also received another 9,000 doses that will be distributed at two City of San Antonio senior centers next week.
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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.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Oct 22 2020 - 10:24am
A community webinar convening community leaders, artists, environmental, public health and housing advocates to discuss how environmental justice principles can help build a more equitable San Antonio a year after San Antonio’s City Council adopted the San Antonio Climate Action and Adaptation Plan. Over 23 organizations are calling for 5 demands of the San Antonio City Council to demand CPS energy become a central part of solutions for structural inequality as the city recovers from COVID-19.
Written by City of San Antonio on Sep 24 2020 - 10:12am
With the COVID-19 indicators currently showing the lowest risk level (“Safe”) for transmission of the coronavirus, San Antonio Cit
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Sep 13 2020 - 1:02pm
At the third annual Texas Latino Policy Symposium, advocates from across the state will engage in discussions examining the needs of our Latino population and the impact of COVID-19 in Texas. The goal of this symposium is to formulate policy responses to propose to the Texas legislature that redress the disproportionate lasting impact the pandemic has had on Latino families. We explore the issues by focusing on the following areas: health and human resources, labor and employment, education, housing, and development.