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This article will bUpdated throughout the week with numbers of coronavirus cases and other need-to-know information about the epidemic in San Antonio.
One new death: The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District reported one death and 100 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. This brings the death toll in Bexar County to 1074 and positive test results to 54,295 since the novel coronavirus pandemic began in mid-March.
The number of coronavirus cases in San Antonio rose by 224 on Friday, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the county since the start of the pandemic to over 54,000. Mayor Ron Nirenberg has not reported any new deaths. The death toll in the province was 1,073, while the total number of cases was 54,195.
Five more deaths from Covid-19: The Metropolitan Health District reported 177 new cases of the novel coronavirus in Bexar County on Thursday, up 22 from the 155 reported on Wednesday. Five deaths were also reported that occurred during the past two weeks on Thursday, taking the death toll in the city to 1,073.
COVID-19 numbers update: Metro health officials did not report any new deaths linked to the coronavirus on Wednesday, as cases and deaths overall continue in a steady downward trend in San Antonio.
There were 155 new cases of coronavirus, a slight increase from the weekend – which officials said could be due to the Labor Day holiday – but still a far cry from the reports of more than 1,000 daily new cases that occurred earlier in the day. the summer.
The comprehensive weekly exam begins: It was the first day of a new routine at Somerset Independent School District: a mass testing of the Coronavirus developed by Community Labs, a San Antonio-based nonprofit that promises the ability to process thousands of tests per day, with results available within 24 hours. The Southwest Pixar County School District has agreed to demonstrate the system in the hope that the pilot program will speed up a return to classroom learning at its seven schools.
COVID-19 numbers update: Officials said Tuesday that six more people in San Antonio and Pixar County have died from the new coronavirus, the most in nearly two weeks.
COVID-19 numbers update: The coronavirus risk level entered the “safe zone” in San Antonio on Monday, allowing various city services and facilities to reopen, on at least a limited basis.
COVID-19 numbers update: The city reported 2,473 accumulated cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing Bixar County’s total since the start of the pandemic to 53,341, according to the daily coronavirus update in the Capital Health District.
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