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Local COVID-19 Resources

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San Antonio Metro Health Department's COVID-19 Resource page. Track the city's risk levels and see the latest news about COVID-19 in San Antonio.

Locate a pop-up vaccine clinic in your neighborhood. Grab your COVID vaccine card, head on over at the listed date & time and get vaccinated!

No appointment required.  

Receive a personal response to your COVID-19 question. Submit your question online!

A project of UT Health's School of Medical Humanities & Ethics

This list is updated monthly for San Antonians without health coverage to find a free COVID-testing site. 

Includes how you can request free COVID-19 home tests each month!


Surrounding County Resources is a community-based effort to provide residents of Bandera County with factual, unbiased, science-based information about COVID-19 Vaccines and to provide access to COVID-19 Vaccines.

Medicare will pay a doctor or other care provider to give you the COVID-19 vaccine in your home. Call your doctor and ask if they’re able to give you the COVID-19 vaccine in your home. If they can’t, they might be able to refer you to someone who can do this. You can also call 1-800-MEDICARE for vaccine contacts in your area.

The Atascosa Health Center is a network of clinics in the rural communities of Atascosa, Karnes, Live Oak, McMullen, and Wilson Counties for over 40 years. They are a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and provides services to all. Visit them at

The Health Unit has COVID vaccines on a walk-in basis at their Hondo location Mon. -Thurs. 7 am -5:30 pm (closed 12 pm-1 pm). They have locations in Devine and Castroville on Thursdays by appointment at or call us at 830-741-6191 to schedule. They love to do home visits. There is no charge for COVID vaccine or home visits.

For any COVID-19 questions or to receive a COVID-19 vaccine or booster, residents of Wilson County can call the CMMC COVID Vaccine Hotline at (830) 251-3105.

Get Informed & Get Involved

Make your voice heard! Become a member of San Antonio's COVID Response Equity Coalition (CREC). Everyone is welcome - community members, businesses, nonprofits, etc.

Pledge to improve the health literacy of your organization and explore how to better share COVID-19 information with the communities you serve.

Utilize the City of San Antonio's interactive equity map to learn more about our communties' needs  and make objective data-based decisions for your organization. 

Take advantage of Texas Community Engagement Research Alliance (CEAL) Against COVID-19  searchable repository tool on their website to help your organization find educational information from reliable sources.

Use Community Information Now (CI:Now)'s data visualization tool to examine the distribution and makeup of demographic, health, and educational levels in Bexar and surrounding counties. 

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