62 percent of Bexar County residents over 12 have been fully vaccinated, another 100,000 due for second shot
The latest Bexar County numbers show 61.9 percent of residents 12 years and older are fully vaccinated, while 74.7 percent have had at least one dose. However, the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District says slightly more than 100,000 people are overdue for their second shot, and people in the 12 to 35-year-old age range still have lower rates of vaccinations.
San Antonio Zoo is helping scorned exes on Valentine’s Day with cringe-worthy fundraiser
SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Zoo is helping scorned exes with its second annual “Cry me a Cockroach” fundraising event. The rats will be fed to the zoo’s reptiles so if your ex was a snake this could be a good option. Birds, reptiles, and mammals from San Antonio Zoo will chow down on your symbolic exes and other people who you’ve decided are worthy of the dishonor. Zoo officials said that the purchase of a cockroach, rat, or veggie will help fund the expansion of the jaguar habitat with a connected overhead catwalk. Click here to purchase a rat, cockroach or veggie to be fed to the animals on Valentine’s Day.
Want to get back at your ex on Valentine’s Day? SA Zoo can help!
SAN ANTONIO – If you’re looking to get back at your ex this Valentine’s Day, the San Antonio Zoo has got you covered! The zoo is hosting its first-ever “Cry me a Cockroach” event, where you can purchase a live cockroach for zoo staff to feed to one of their animals. According to zoo staff, if your ex was a snake, you could also buy a rat and they can feed it to a reptile. After checkout, you can name your cockroach or rat after your ex. San Antonio Zoo promotion allows couples to eat among animals on Valentine’s DayYou can watch the livestream here.