San Antonio’s COVID-19 progress indicators have improved enough to move the needle on the city’s stress dashboard from severe to moderate
Remdesivir drug trials show COVID-19 patients are recovering from symptoms at a faster rate after taking the experimental medication.
UT Health San Antonio is part of a worldwide trial to test the antiviral drug remdesivir as a possible treatment for COVID-19.
The county is seeing about 69 coronavirus cases for every 100,000 residents, as the delta surge has renewed demand for COVID-19 testing.
With new guidance out, University Health plans to reopen the Wonderland of the Americas Mall vaccine site for booster shots.
The federal government, which tracks down debts for military hospitals, is one of the most unforgiving debt collectors around.
With COVID-19 cases rising, Metro Health is asking Gov. Greg Abbott to endorse virtual learning and relax penalties against school districts.
Reports state the wife of former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale called 911 and said her husband was threatening to harm himself.
The current facility closure will impact approximately 180 employees.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he spoke with White House officials who informed him of a coming 16% increase in vaccine allotments.