The order aligns Texas with federal guidance that aims to contain the spread of the virus outside New York, which has become the epicenter of the outbreak.
The City’s COVID-19 Hotline has seen a dramatic increase in calls from residents with questions about the Stay Home, Work Safe order.
Bexar County commissioners discussed the latest coronavirus news Tuesday and approved a small business loan program.
As new coronavirus cases tick upward in Bexar County, the anticipation of a shelter-in-place order looms over San Antonio. But what does that mean?
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff jointly issued a “Stay Home, Work Safe” order, which mandates residents remain in their homes except in essential or emergency circumstances.
Some businesses remained open in San Antonio despite local and statewide orders to close or limit gatherings to no more than 10 people.
Coronavirus testing supplies and personal protective equipment such as masks remain in short supply for the entire U.S., Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday postponed the May 26 runoff election to July under the emergency powers of his previous statewide disaster declaration.
As of Friday morning, the City has not required any of its roughly 12,500 employees to work from home. The City has allowed around 1,000 of them to telecommute.
San Antonio City Council voted on Thursday to continue Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s public health emergency declaration for 30 days.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday issued an executive order that will close restaurants and schools, among other things.
The police union called for local retailers and individuals to consider selling or donating hand sanitizer to limit the spread of coronavirus.