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A San Antonio nursing home where a coronavirus outbreak has killed one person and infected at least 11 others was recently cited for infection control problems and neglecting a resident. Federal reports indicate that the 116-bed nursing home was already falling short of health and safety standards before the outbreak occurred. The facility recently received the lowest possible federal ratings — 1 out of 5 stars — for health and fire inspections, staffing levels and quality of resident care.

5:01 p.m. | An individual who has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus visited a UPS Store in Boerne on Saturday and might have exposed others, authorities say.  The Texas Department of State Health Services and local officials are working to identify anyone who came into close contact with the patient while the person was sick, so those who were Press Release Distribution Services In San Antonio exposed can be isolated, monitored for symptoms and tested if needed.

Evacuees from Wuhan, China arrive at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020. The 91 evacuees were quarantined for 14 days at a hotel on base.

26Evacuees from Wuhan, China arrive at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020. The 91 evacuees were quarantined for 14 days at a hotel on base.Photo: Billy Calzada /Staff Photographer
Jeanie Travis, President Fiesta San Antonio Commission, left, Mayor Ron Nirenberg and members of the city council, announce Fiesta will be held in November.

26Jeanie Travis, President Fiesta San Antonio Commission, left, Mayor Ron Nirenberg and members of the city council, announce Fiesta will be held in November.Photo: Bob Owen /Staff photographer
Medical personnel receive a second charter flight from Oakland carrying passengers evacuated from the Grand Princess cruise ship as the plane arrives at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland the morning of March 12.

26Medical personnel receive a second charter flight from Oakland carrying passengers evacuated from the Grand Princess cruise ship as the plane arrives at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland the morning of March 12.Photo: Kin Man Hui, Staff photographer
4:41 p.m. | Hays County officials reported four new confirmed COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the county's total to 42. None of the four new cases were travel-related.

3:20 p.m. | A part-time employee with Olmos Basin Golf Course was taken to a San Antonio hospital around 2 a.m. Monday with “Covid-19-like symptoms,” and the golf course has been closed by its management company until the worker’s test results are completed in three to five days. Starting Aril 2, clubhouses will close and fees are to be paid online or over the phone before golfers start their rounds at the seven other public courses managed by the non-profit Alamo Golf Trail.

1:30 p.m. | San Antonio officials have identified a coronavirus outbreak at a local nursing home that has killed one resident and infected a dozen people so far, said Fire Chief Charles Hood. The outbreak at Southeast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 4302 Southcross, started on March 21, Hood said. Of those who have been confirmed to be infected, San Antonio News half are residents of the facility and half are workers there.

11:00 a.m. | Comal County reported its 12th case of COVID-19. The individual is in their 60s and has self-quarantined at home in the eastern area of the county, officials said.

9:30 a.m. |A second San Antonio police officer has tested positive for COVID-19. So far the 15-year veteran is recovering at home.

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