SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff up to date the neighborhood in regards to the native response to COVID-19 and the winter climate of their briefing Saturday evening.
For the primary time all week, Mayor Nirenberg reported some knowledge acquired on coronavirus instances in Bexar County. On Saturday, Nirenberg reported 107 coronavirus instances and 7 deaths.
The mayor additionally reported that 615 patients are hospitalized, down 81 from Friday, 232 are within the intensive care unit and 141 are on ventilators.
There had been 62 hospital admissions within the final 24 hours, Nirenberg stated.
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Nirenberg stated CPS Energy has virtually completed restoring energy to the San Antonio area. All however 40 prospects have had energy restored, as of Saturday evening.
Although, CPS Energy officers stated a automobile crashed right into a utility pole in a single day Friday, leaving 1,630 prospects who reside close to Cupples Road and Menefee Boulevard with out energy, However, these prospects have since had their energy restored, Nirenberg reiterated.
The vitality company is now working to sluggish the billing course of for prospects to take away the impression from this week’s winter climate situations.
Customers are urged to not fear about their payments proper now and repair is not going to be disconnected if they’re unable to pay presently. For extra on this, click on right here.
San Antonio Water System
San Antonio Water System CEO Robert Puente introduced Saturday in the course of the briefing that parts of San Antonio at the moment are launched from the boil water notice. This means they now not need to boil water previous to consuming it. For extra on which areas are now not below the boil notice, click on right here.
Customers which can be nonetheless below the boil notice might not have an absence of water, however have an absence of strain. Puente estimates most of these points will probably be resolved by Monday.
Still 10%, or 9% of the San Antonio area doesn’t have water, in accordance with SAWS, however crews are nonetheless engaged on restoration efforts.
SAWS is offering prospects water invoice aid following the winter storms. For extra data, click on right here.
Watch your entire briefing within the video participant above to listen to extra from metropolis and county leaders.
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