Chicken wings ‘compromised’ by backflow of sewage cause failing health score for eatery near downtown
A restaurant located near downtown failed a city health inspection in May after chicken wings in the process of being prepared were compromised by a backflow of sewage in a sink, San Antonio Metropolitan Health records show.
Coronavirus update San Antonio, Oct. 4: Officials report 113 new COVID-19 cases, no new virus-related deaths
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Metropolitan Health officials reported 58,678 total COVID-19 cases and 1,167 total deaths in Bexar County, as of Sunday, an increase of 113 new cases. The case count on Sunday also includes a backlog of 381 cases. No new deaths were reported today and 24 backlogged deaths were reported from the dates between July 12- September 17 2020, according to the city’s website. Health officials also reported that 200 patients are hospitalized, 80 are in the intensive care unit and 30 are on ventilators. There are 17% of staffed beds available and 70% of ventilators available.
Coronavirus update San Antonio, Oct. 3: Officials report 145 new COVID-19 cases, 5 new virus-related deaths
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Metropolitan Health officials reported 58,184 total COVID-19 cases and 1,143 total deaths in Bexar County, as of Saturday, an increase of 145 new cases. Five new deaths were reported today and 38 deaths were reported through post mortem surveillance, according to the city’s website. The 7-day moving average of cases, as of Friday, is 150. Health officials also reported that 191 patients are hospitalized, 81 are in the intensive care unit and 34 are on ventilators. There are 14% of staffed beds available and 70% of ventilators available.
Diamond Princess evacuees to be released from coronavirus quarantine at Lackland Tuesday
Diamond Princess evacuees to be released from coronavirus quarantine at Lackland TuesdayMayor Ron Nirenberg, left, and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, right, listen to Anita Kurian, San Antonio Metropolitan Health assistant director, talk about the latest developments with the coronovirus evacuees in San Antonio on Monday, March 2, 2020, at Plaza de Armas. Now, only individuals who have been symptom-free for the full 14-day quarantine period will be released. Some of the evacuees are being bused directly to the San Antonio International Airport in small groups based on their flight times. Evacuees will be transported from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland to San Antonio International Airport in shifts. Assistant City Manager Colleen Bridger noted the evacuees set to be released showed no symptoms over the 14-day quarantine.mysanantonio.com