People living in Texas, age 16 and up, can now sign-up to be placed on The San Antonio COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist.
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Public service announcements on social distancing, prevention and testing are available in English, Spanish and American Sign Language on the City's YouTube channel.
Other Languages: What is COVID19
Other Languages: Reduce Your Risk
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (Metro Health) is unable to provide individual return-to-work letters for people who self-quarantined and never developed symptoms. Metro Health can only monitor when we are aware of a positive test result.
The CDC advises all people over the age of two wear a cloth face covering over their nose and mouth when in public, or patronizing businesses, where it is difficult to keep six feet apart from others, such as grocery stores. Within this guidance, an exemption was added stating face coverings do not need to be worn when doing so poses a greater mental or physical health, safety or security risk to the individual. Find out more with this information sheet:
COVID 19 Cloth Face Coverings Accommodation for Individuals with Disabilities(PDF, 70KB)
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View the map of schools and neighborhoods related to the Connected Beyond the Classroom Initiative.
If a current or former partner is hurting you or your children, or threatening to hurt you or your children, please reach out for help. There are many resources available to make sure that you and your children can be safe.
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