City of San Antonio launches COVID-19 vaccine waitlist The City of San Antonio officially launched a COVID-19 vaccine waitlist Wednesday to help residents secure an appointment. by Lindsey Carnett Latest Mayoral forums: Nirenberg supports City’s dogged pursuit of police reform at negotiating table by Jackie Wang Local providers stop giving J&J vaccine following reports of rare side effects by Lindsey Carnett SAISD superintendent: ‘There are no shortcuts’ to tackling COVID-related learning gaps by Brooke Crum ‘Nothing short of a miracle’: Mother overcomes COVID-19 to be reunited with baby by Shari Biediger Mayor Nirenberg: ‘Go live your life’ but wear a mask by Jackie Wang More news As pandemic wanes, restaurants are hungry for applicants. Is it a worker’s economy? As restaurants struggle to replenish a workforce upended during the pandemic, some economists say the scales are tipping toward workers. by Waylon Cunningham City of San Antonio to open more in-person services starting Monday With the area’s local coronavirus positivity rate in the single digits, the City plans to reopen more facilities and services next week. by Jackie Wang City of San Antonio to receive $326M from latest federal stimulus package President Joe Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act in March. San Antonio expects to receive $326 million from it. by Jackie Wang Bexar Facts poll shows shift in attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccines More than three-quarters of Bexar County residents surveyed say they are either already vaccinated or likely to get vaccinated against COVID-19. by Lindsey Carnett County commissioners give another $1 million to coronavirus testing nonprofit Nonprofit Community Labs has been testing students and staff at Bexar County-area schools. Commissioners gave it another $1 million Tuesday. by Jackie Wang San Antonio school officials want to know where their billions in federal stimulus funds are Bexar County school districts stand to receive about $1 billion in federal relief funds, but the state hasn’t released the money to schools. by Brooke Crum Easter services, activities get closer to normal as virus cases recede Unlike last year, San Antonio churches are preparing the pews ahead of Easter with loosened pandemic protocols in place. by Lindsey Carnett City Council approves vaccine registry pilot program for those 65 and older The City of San Antonio expects to have a COVID-19 vaccine registry up and running in the next few weeks to prioritize people 65 and older. by Jackie Wang Mayor: No camping at Brackenridge Park on Easter weekend When there’s not an ongoing pandemic, hundreds head to Brackenridge Park equipped with tents and picnic gear for Easter weekend. by Jackie Wang Todos los adultos de Texas podrán recibir la vacuna COVID-19 a partir del lunes Todos los adultos en Texas podrán recibir la vacuna COVID-19 a partir del lunes 29 de marzo, anunció el Departamento de Servicios de Salud del Estado de Texas. by Lindsey Carnett Eastside pastor rallies local Baptist churches in efforts to get more underserved areas vaccines Rev. Patrick Jones has utilized his network of 78 San Antonio congregations to start hosting pop-up vaccine clinics on the city’s East side. by Lindsey Carnett Council members continue to press for vaccine registry option Council members Ana Sandoval (D7), John Courage (D9), and Rebecca Viagran (D3) are asking Council to consider a community vaccine registry. by Jackie Wang Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.