Bexar County is almost 25% fully vaccinated
By JJ Velasquez / April 12, 2021

Bexar County is almost 25% fully vaccinated

Nearly a quarter of residents who can get the shot have been fully vaccinated, but be wary of herd immunity claims.

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Things are starting to feel quasi-normal
By JJ Velasquez / April 8, 2021

Things are starting to feel quasi-normal

With the coronavirus case numbers low and the city coming back to life, things in San Antonio are starting to feel quasi-normal.

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Bexar County’s weekly vaccine batch grows by nearly 80%
By JJ Velasquez / April 5, 2021

Bexar County’s weekly vaccine batch grows by nearly 80%

Area vaccine providers are receiving more than 91,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine this week, as national supplies grow.

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Metro Health confirms 2 coronavirus cases among fully vaccinated residents
By JJ Velasquez / April 1, 2021

Metro Health confirms 2 coronavirus cases among fully vaccinated residents

Metro Health is investigating how two Bexar County residents contracted the coronavirus two weeks after being fully vaccinated.

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April showers: Floodgates open as newly eligible residents seek COVID-19 shot
By JJ Velasquez / March 29, 2021

April showers: Floodgates open as newly eligible residents seek COVID-19 shot

The floodgates have opened to anyone who wants a COVID-19 shot, but the state will hope its new scheduler can ease the deluge.

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San Antonio snubbed: As vaccine effort ramps up, local officials say city still needs more doses
By JJ Velasquez / March 26, 2021

San Antonio snubbed: As vaccine effort ramps up, local officials say city still needs more doses

Mayor Ron Nirenberg said “it’s very disappointing” that the federal government has not yet answered the city’s call for more vaccines.

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Rush to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments at Alamodome begins
By JJ Velasquez / March 25, 2021

Rush to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments at Alamodome begins

At 7 p.m. Thursday, the City of San Antonio’s vaccine registration portal rendered a blank page and spinning wheel of death.

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City to open 30,000 vaccine appointments starting Thursday night
By JJ Velasquez / March 24, 2021

City to open 30,000 vaccine appointments starting Thursday night

The 30,000 first-dose appointments will take place from April 6 to May 1. Appointments for next week are already booked.

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As Texas prepares to widen vaccine eligibility, officials wonder where the shots are
By JJ Velasquez / March 23, 2021

As Texas prepares to widen vaccine eligibility, officials wonder where the shots are

On Monday, everyone (over age 15) has a shot at a shot. But officials say a supply boost is needed to overcome the vaccine scarcity mindset.

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‘Bear with us’: Numbers show outbreak’s decline, but officials urge patience as vaccinations continue
By JJ Velasquez / March 22, 2021

‘Bear with us’: Numbers show outbreak’s decline, but officials urge patience as vaccinations continue

The positivity rate has fallen to its lowest level of the pandemic, but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods yet.

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