By JJ Velasquez / June 7, 2021

Coronavirus lab that offered free, rapid testing closes its public sites

Community Labs, which offered free, rapid testing and administered more than 800,000 tests during the pandemic, is closing its public sites.

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By JJ Velasquez / June 3, 2021

Coronavirus cases fall to lowest level in a year as Bexar County exits ‘crisis’ phase of pandemic

The 106 average daily coronavirus is the lowest rate since June 2020, as more than half of Bexar County’s eligible residents have been fully vaccinated.

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By Jackie Wang / May 27, 2021

Texas lets groups of 5 or more call a mobile vaccine clinic to their homes

With Texas’s mobile coronavirus vaccination program, you can now get vaccinated with four of your friends from the comfort of your home.

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By JJ Velasquez / May 24, 2021

More than 1 million Bexar County residents have received first COVID-19 vaccine dose

Bexar County and other Texas locales have benefited from a quicker-than-expected vaccine rollout among adolescents.

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By JJ Velasquez / May 20, 2021

Employers caught in the crossfire of the vaccine debate

A Boerne restaurant faced social media backlash for its COVID-19 policy. How should employers handle the vaccination status of their employees?

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By JJ Velasquez / May 17, 2021

Commission: Fiesta will be held at 100% capacity

The long-awaited return of Fiesta will be held at 100% capacity, as local COVID-19 numbers remain low, the Fiesta commission announced.

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By JJ Velasquez / May 13, 2021

Mask no more: The fully vaccinated can bare their smiles again as CDC updates face-covering guidance

The CDC’s update to its COVID-19 guidance will have fully vaccinated people smiling again, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said.

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By JJ Velasquez / May 10, 2021

FDA: COVID-19 vaccine safe for kids ages 12-15

County Judge Nelson Wolff said the authorization to vaccinate young teens would help Bexar County get closer to herd immunity.

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By JJ Velasquez / May 6, 2021

Vaccination procrastination? Now’s the time to get your shot, mayor says

If you’ve been procrastinating getting your COVID-19 shot, now is the time get one, local officials said Thursday.

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By JJ Velasquez / May 3, 2021

Bexar County on course to fully vaccinate 60% of its population

Bexar County is on a path to vaccinate 60% of its adult population by the start of June, according to the latest local figures.

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