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COVID-19: San Antonio plans reopening of public facilities with precautions in...

San Antonio is entering a new phase of reopening public facilities and programs with continuing COVID-19 safety precautions. According to city officials, COVID-19 indicators are...

San Antonio leaders slam Abbott’s decision to lift COVID-19 mandates

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff are criticizing Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to lift COVID-19 mask mandates and open...

Fiesta San Antonio Delayed Until June, But Some Events to Wait...

Supporters of Fiesta must wait at least another two months for the multi-day celebration to return after the COVID-19 pandemic caused its cancelation in...

COVID-19: Local providers aim to clear up vaccine distribution information

San Antonio public health authorities, as well as healthcare providers, are trying to clear the air about the amount of COVID-19 vaccine doses currently...

Bexar County Program Offers $79M in COVID-19 Relief Funds; State OKs...

Bexar County, through its Bexar County Strong programs, aims to distribute more than $79 million in COVID-19 federal relief funds to support different parts...

Governor: Texas bars may open in qualifying counties; Judge Wolff says...

Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday, Oct. 7, issued an executive order to open bars and similar venues at up to 50% capacity in regions...

COVID-19: San Antonio Reopens Park Amenities, Courts, Other Facilities With Limits

The city of San Antonio has moved into Phase 3 of a four-phase return-to-work program, reopening certain public venues with COVID-19 safety measures and...

Texas Relaxes Restrictions in Most Areas, But Bars to Stay Closed

More businesses and venues in most regions of Texas will be able to loosen COVID-19-spurred restrictions as early as Sept. 21, but traditional bars...

COVID-19: School districts prep for in-person classes, but will limit student...

Many San Antonio-area school districts have been promoting their plans to transition back to in-person learning. Students who chose the in-person instruction option go back...

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