Sponsored by Almost 3,000 school staffers get COVID-19 vaccinations through University Health Last week, the University Health System worked with nine school districts to get almost 3,000 workers a COVID-19 shot. by Brooke Crum Latest Survey: Nearly two-thirds of Texans are hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccine by Lindsey Carnett From food trucks to mobile clinics: Entrepreneur builds portable COVID-19 testing units by Lindsey Carnett State names UT Health San Antonio’s clinical practice city’s latest vaccine hub by Lindsey Carnett Bexar County sees more vaccine distribution disruptions as City Council discusses federal coronavirus relief by Jackie Wang Long-term care facility residents begin receiving second doses of COVID-19 vaccination by Lindsey Carnett More news ‘I don’t think my cooking is this bland’: A flavorless dinner all but confirmed a Bexar County commissioner’s fears Precinct 4 Commissioner Tommy Calvert lost his sense of taste on Thursday night and tested positive for coronavirus Friday morning. by Jackie Wang Food insecurity during pandemic could contribute to greater prevalence of childhood obesity Commentary: Due to the pandemic, more children are living in food-insecure households, which could lead to a rise in childhood obesity. by Roberto P. Treviño Nonprofit Community Labs expands testing to break the chain of COVID-19 transmission Since September, the nonprofit Community Labs has tested for coronavirus nearly 200,000 people in the community and expanded beyond San Antonio. by Shari Biediger WellMed, Metro Health receive 9,000 more vaccine doses, reopen appointment registration Metro Health and WellMed reopen registration for covid vaccination appointments after receiving more doses from the state health department. by Lindsey Carnett Assistant city manager: Mass vaccine rollout a success despite ‘some glitches’ Assistant City Manager Colleen Bridger updated City Council on San Antonio’s four mass vaccination sites, three of which launched this week. by Jackie Wang All 9,000 slots booked for WellMed vaccination clinics despite phone line troubles The last of the 9,000 spots was booked just before 9 a.m. Wednesday. The clinics experienced issues with the phone lines Tuesday. by Lindsey Carnett Vaccination super hubs open as San Antonians search for appointments As the Alamodome and other local vaccination super hubs opened Monday, thousands of San Antonians are still trying to get appointments. by Lindsey Carnett Mass coronavirus vaccination sites coming to San Antonio’s South and West sides Officials hope to vaccinate 9,000 people this week at WellMed senior centers, with registration available via phone. by Brendan Gibbons Alamodome to serve as COVID-19 vaccination site The Alamodome will be a coronavirus vaccine distribution hub starting Monday. Up to 1,500 people each day can receive the Pfizer vaccine. by Jackie Wang Novavax seeks COVID-19 vaccine trial participants in San Antonio Some San Antonians will have the chance to participate in Novavax’s international COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial beginning later this month. by Lindsey Carnett Bexar County’s hospitals are facing a surge in COVID-19 patients. A new treatment can help slow it. As COVID-19 hospitalizations rise, the goal of the infusion center is to prevent an even greater number of emergency room visits and hospital admissions. by Shari Biediger How and where to get a COVID-19 vaccination in San Antonio Under state guidelines about 60 percent of San Antonians are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, but supply is not yet equal to demand. by Lindsey Carnett Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.