595 COVID-19 sufferers hospitalized; SAWS says 80% of boil discover for San Antonio lifted


SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg up to date the neighborhood in regards to the native response to COVID-19 and the aftermath of the winter climate in a briefing Sunday evening.

Mayor Nirenberg reported some information acquired on coronavirus instances in Bexar County. On Saturday, Nirenberg reported 77 coronavirus instances and no new deaths. Nevertheless, the low case numbers could also be attributed to the shortage of state information as a result of winter storm final week.

The mayor additionally reported that 595 sufferers are hospitalized, down 20 from Saturday, 232 are within the intensive care unit and 137 are on ventilators.

There have been 82 hospital admissions within the final 24 hours, Nirenberg stated.

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CPS Power

All however 14 households have had vitality restored, in accordance with Mayor Nirenberg.

For purchasers which are involved about their subsequent utility invoice, Nirenberg stated the vitality firm has suspended autopay for all clients presently.

Prospects don’t have to name to pay their invoice. Nevertheless, in case your fee on autopay already went via, name CPS Power at 210-353-2222.

San Antonio Water System

San Antonio Water System CEO Robert Puente introduced Sunday in the course of the briefing that 100% of its floor space has water.

As of round 6 p.m., Puente stated over 80% of the town is now not underneath the boil water discover. This implies clients which are cleared for the discover now not should boil water previous to consumption.

These which are nonetheless underneath the boil water discover are anticipated to be cleared on Monday, in accordance with Puente.

To see the present boil water discover map from SAWS, click on right here.

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