SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The City of San Antonio says there are no current community cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the city or in Bexar County.
There are still some cases being treated in the city of those who were under quarantine at Lackland Air Force Base and are being cared for in isolation.
The city said Tuesday Lackland Air Force Base is expecting to receive some evacuees from the Grand Princess cruise ship as early as later Tuesday.
City health officials are also offering the public a handful of tips to avoid contracting the virus.
They suggest social distancing as one preventative measure:
As for testing potential cases, the city said it has asked that testing for the virus continue to only be done on federal grounds using federal resources to not take up space at local medical facilities.
Officials said the city has a limited number of test kits and is expected to receive more kits by the end of the week.
What to know about COVID-19 testing: