More than 4,650 San Antonians have died from COVID-19
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More than 4,650 San Antonio community members have died from the virus.
There are 305 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 in San Antonio. Hospital stress has improved overall, but there are still about 6,200 active cases in the community, including 210 new cases reported Monday.
More than 318,000 cases have been reported in the area since March 2020. City officials reported a new vaccination milestone this week, as more than 75% of eligible residents have been fully vaccinated.
Here’s where you can get vaccinated in San Antonio this week:
Tuesday, Oct. 19
- University United Methodist Church (North Campus) from 4-8 p.m. (Pfizer and J&J)
- Antioch Sports Complex from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Pfizer)
Wednesday, Oct. 20 – No clinics scheduled
The city’s Alamodome site is open Wednesday through Fridays from noon to 8 p.m. and administers the Pfizer vaccine. All Metro Health pop-up clinics provide Pfizer booster shots. Additionally, all Metro Health clinics, except the Alamodome, offer the flu vaccine.
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