SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Days after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention loosened up COVID-19 guidelines, the City of San Antonio is announcing new policies that take effect Monday.
City Officials say masks and social distancing are now optional for fully vaccinated city staff and clients at city facilities.
You’re considered fully vaccinated if it’s been two weeks since your second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines or two weeks after receiving Johnson and Johnson’s single dose vaccine.
The city is also going to stop conducting temperature checks at the entrances of city facilities but if you’re experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, you’re asked to not enter.
According to numbers released by Metro Health on Sunday there have been 220-thousand-617 total cases of coronavirus in Bexar County since the beginning of the pandemic.
100 new cases were reported Sunday.