Top City Health Official: Protesters Should Get Tested for Coronavirus The recommendation comes following a 65-person increase in positive COVID-19 tests, bringing the total in Bexar County to 3,018. by Roseanna Garza Latest The Latest: Coronavirus Cases Top 3,000; No New Deaths by Rivard Report Staff Council to Weigh $80M Workforce Development Program, Small Business Aid by Shari Biediger Mayor: ‘Staying Home’ No Longer Fits Under Governor’s Order by Jackie Wang A Healthy Recovery Demands a Healthy Community by Ana Sandoval How We Cope: A Mother’s Perspective on the Pandemic by Linda Sanchez More news Mayor: SA Must Tackle ‘Preexisting Poverty’ Worsened by COVID-19 Nirenberg now leads a city that must recover from the economic collapse wrought by the coronavirus, on top of existing inequalities. by Brendan Gibbons Texas Biomed: Larger Primates Best Model in COVID-19 Vaccine Study Texas Biomedical Research Institute scientists have narrowed down which animal models are best for studying the novel coronavirus. by Lindsey Carnett Bexar County to Give Federal Coronavirus Funds to Suburban Cities There are 26 suburban cities in Bexar County, and none of them received direct funding from the federal coronavirus relief bill. by Jackie Wang Life During Coronavirus: San Antonio’s Week in Photos, May 25-31 During the coronavirus pandemic, Rivard Report photographers chronicle San Antonio and its residents as everyone adapts to a different way of life. by Bonnie Arbittier More Than 60% of Local Residents With Coronavirus Have Recovered More than 60 percent of confirmed coronavirus cases in Bexar County are now counted as recovered, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Monday. by Jackie Wang Texas Sales Tax Revenue for May Drops 13% Over Previous Year The state comptroller said Texas collected about $2.6 billion in state sales tax revenue in May, the steepest year-over-year decline in over a decade. by Cassandra Pollock, The Texas Tribune SwRI Awarded $1.9M Grant to Boost Search for COVID-19 Treatment The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine awarded the one-year contract to develop a treatment in collaboration with the DOD. by Lindsey Carnett San Antonio to Sample Residents Randomly to Trace Coronavirus Spread The study will help public health officials and the medical community understand how many people in San Antonio who contract the virus show no symptoms. by Brendan Gibbons ‘Pandemic Lotería’ a Sellout Success for Self-Taught San Antonio Artist Local artist Rafael Gonzales Jr. designed some lotería cards inspired by the coronavirus pandemic just for fun. Now, the game keeps selling out. by Jackie Wang Week 16 in Review: Bexar County Job Losses Mount The daily release of various statistics tends to blur over time, but the numbers that stand out measure the county’s steady loss of jobs. by Robert Rivard Number of Coronavirus Cases in San Antonio Jumps as Test Results Roll In An increase in the number of positive coronavirus cases is due in large part to results from tests conducted in mid-May now rolling in. by Shari Biediger No Rain on This Parade: East Central Celebrates With Drive-Thru Graduation The 792 students from East Central High School’s Class of 2020 were treated to a parade-style graduation full of the usual pomp and circumstance. by Shari Biediger Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.