COVID-19 Update – New Social Distancing Guidelines

Reminders and resources:

Are you doing the five?
• Washing your hands often 
• Covering your cough 
• Not touching your face
• Staying 6 ft apart from others
• Going home when feeling sick  

With social distancing, you can do your part to help #FlattenTheCurve.

Older adults and people with underlying medical conditions are at a higher risk of COIVID-19. Remember, practice social distancing to slow the spread of illness. Other helpful precautionary tips for older adults HERE 

Do you know the difference between the ways COVID-19 is transmitted? Learn more about how the virus is spread HERE 

City of San Antonio employees have been redeployed to provide meals to residents.

– The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with the San Antonio Food Bank to provide families and children meals from March 17 to March 20. 

– Pre-K 4 SA also has more than 50 employees helping pack boxes for seniors at the San Antonio Food Bank Employees have contacted 2,000 families for check-ins and to assist them in getting resources as needed. More info HERE 

Governor Abbott requested designation from the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Declaration to make a long-term, low-interest loan available to qualifying businesses across the state. Learn more about your options HERE 

New social distancing measures HERE 

See who is eligible for COVID-19 testing HERE