SAISD expecting first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine for younger students to arrive soon
SAISD expects first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 to arrive by the end of the week. Vaccinations require registration and will be administered by medical staff from South Texas Allergy & Asthma Medical Professionals.
UT Health San Antonio doctor says data shows Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids is safe, effective
With the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorizing the emergency use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11, in Texas, that could mean up to 2.9 million children are eligible for the vaccine.
Diabetics among those who could benefit from new Merck COVID-19 treatment
It’s not a preventative. Rather, it’s an actual treatment that Merck says shows promise in preventing COVID-19 from replicating and spreading through your body. That means fewer complications for those at higher risk of dying from the disease, such as diabetics and those over the age of 65.
CDC’s urgent warning confirms San Antonio doctors’ concern for unvaccinated pregnant women
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is pushing even harder for unvaccinated pregnant women to get their COVID-19 shot due to the severe health risks the delta variant may impose on them and their unborn children.
Did you lose a loved one to COVID-19? This is your chance to share that person’s story with the world
Maybe it was when the pandemic first arrived in the United States, or perhaps it only happened in recent weeks or months. But if you lost a friend or family member to COVID-19, and you’d like to memorialize that person’s legacy, we invite you to share more.
San Antonio lawyer weighs in on vaccine mandate concerns
On the heels of President Joe Biden’s announcement that all employers with over 100 employees and those who work for the federal government now must get the Covid-19 vaccine, one local lawyer is addressing some questions that have surfaced in response.