Views on the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Bexar County Area
Half of Texans say they have suffered financially as
a result of COVID-19 and more than one-third say they or someone in
their household has skipped or postponed needed health care since
the pandemic began. These are just some of the findings from
Episcopal Health Foundation’s statewide survey of Texans on the
impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic across the state. View results.
This fall, keep up your resolve – and masks! –
As trick-or-treating nears, followed by Election
Day, Veterans Day and Thanksgiving, there will be a lot of
opportunities for South Texans to get together and unwittingly
spread COVID-19. Predictive models of expected disease activity
agree: How we will fare depends on public behavior. Continue reading.
San Antonio Bar Association Judicial Forum Recording
The San Antonio Bar Association Medical Legal
Liaison Committee and the Bexar County Women's Bar co-hosted the
2020 Judicial Candidate Forum. Each candidate had 2 minutes to
introduce themselves and share comments about their platforms.
Do you need help during COVID-19?
San Antonio Metro Health is providing a list of
resources for those who have been affected by COVID-19. View resources.
Indoor Air Quality – Improve your in-home air with a
box fan and air filter(s)
The following instructions can be used for homes
that do not have a Central Air System, have a window air
conditioner or no type of cooling system other than a box fan.
View instructions here.
Guidance for Large or Extended Families Living in
the Same Household
CDC is offering guidance on the following
information may which may help you protect those who are most
vulnerable in your household. Read guidelines here.
Free PPE Supplies
Need PPE for your practice? Let us help! Physician
practices in need of PPE, please click here to indicate your PPE
needs. Requests are filled as donated supplies are available.