University Health urges people to use ERs only in true emergencies, skip New Year’s Eve parties due to omicron surge
People who are only mildly to moderately ill with COVID-like symptoms are urged to monitor and manage their symptoms at home so emergency room doctors can manage the most critically ill patients.
KSAT Community’s ‘Share the Shoes’ drive collects more than 1600 pairs to help local families
The count is in and thanks to a partnership between KSAT Community, the San Antonio Police Department and Good Samaritan Community Services, more than 1600 pairs of shoes have been collected to give out to families in and around the Alamo City.
WATCH: San Antonio Food Bank, KSAT host town hall on food insecurity in Bexar County
To highlight the importance of Hunger Action Month in San Antonio and to answer viewer questions, KSAT.com held a town hall on Wednesday with the San Antonio Food Bank that was hosted by KSAT 12 anchors Sarah Acosta and Max Massey.
How worried should we be about the Delta variant? University Health expert has answers to latest FAQs
With the recent rise in the number of hospitalizations in San Antonio, coupled with a concern over the Delta variant, University Health Chief Medical Officer Dr. Bryan Alsip answered a series of frequently asked questions.