The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District is addressing health concerns in flooded neighborhoods.
Spokeswoman Carol Schleisinger says they've been providing hepatitus and tetanus vaccines to residents whose homes were flooded.
"We want to make sure that people have the preventative measures to avoid getting hepatitus or tetanus from this as they clean up the flood damage. We just want to make sure that they're protected," she said.
The department set up mobile vaccination stations Tuesday and Wednesday near Mission Espada in the South Side, the 100 block of Plumnear Road in the Southwest Side and Barbara Drive near the Olmos Basin in the North Side.
"People can get hepatitus from contaminated water and we've tested some of the water in these homes and there's been contamination," Schleisinger told 550 KTSA News.
Christian Bove with the San Antonio Fire Department says as of Wednesday afternoon, the city's 311 Customer Call Center had received reports of approximately 137 residential structures affected by flooding, including 22 that were destroyed.
He says the San Antonio Office of Emergency Management is in recovery operations and is coordinating with critical receovery agencies and determining which areas will need further assistance in the cleaning and removal of bulk and water contaminated items, such as carpet, furniture and sheetrock.
A Red Cross Shelter remains open at Christa McAuliffe Middle School in the Southwest
The Salvation Army continues to provide meals to residents near Mission Espada as the cleanup continues.