Julie Moreno, KSAT 12

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KSAT 12

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Past articles by Julie:

WATCH LIVE: KSAT interview with Governor Greg Abbott at 12:40 p.m.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott will be on KSAT-TV at 12:40 p.m. on Thursday to answer questions from KSAT anchors Ursula Pari and David Sears about the COVID-19 response in the state and his recent decision to start re-opening businesses in Texas. → Read More

San Antonio’s Celebrity Fan Fest 2020 has been canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic

The pop culture convention was scheduled to take place from June 11 to 14 at the Freeman Coliseum which was converted to an emergency hospital and COVID-19 testing facility last month. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Mayor, county judge join KSAT, Bexar Facts for virtual town hall on COVID-19

The virtual town hall will air from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday evening and will focus on the results of the latest Bexar Facts-KSAT-Rivard Report poll. → Read More

Infectious disease expert says Texas’ plan to reopen is too soon for San Antonio

Dr. Ruth Berggren, an infectious disease specialist with the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio and a member of San Antonio/Bexar County’s Health Transition Team, says she’s worried that the state is opening sooner than we should. → Read More

How are pets affected by the new coronavirus? Can you get COVID-19 from your pet?

Dr. Robert Frolichstein, an emergency room physician at Methodist Hospital answered viewers' questions about the new coronavirus on April 23, 2020. → Read More

What dangers come from taking an antibody test that’s not approved by the FDA?

Dr. Robert Frolichstein, an emergency room physician at Methodist Hospital answered viewers' questions about the new coronavirus on April 23, 2020. → Read More

San Antonio ER doctor says it’s safe to come to the hospital for elective surgeries, non-COVID-19 emergencies

Dr. Robert Frolichstein, an emergency room physician at Methodist Hospital answered viewers' questions about the new coronavirus on April 23, 2020. → Read More

These are the places you can get tested for COVID-19 in the San Antonio area

Here is an updated list of places where someone with symptoms of the new coronavirus can get tested. → Read More

UHS urges blood donations under loosened FDA guidelines

University Health System officials are urging people to donate blood who may have been disqualified under previous guidelines by the Food and Drug Administration. → Read More

Need a mask? Here are some ways to make your own

On Thursday, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff issued an addendum to the mayor’s fifth emergency declaration requiring anyone 10 years of age and older to wear a cloth face covering over their nose and mouth as an added safety measure to protect the public from COVID-19. → Read More

These emergency prep supplies are tax-free in Texas April 25-27

Just in time for spring storm season, Texans can buy batteries, phone chargers, some ice chests and more tax free during the state’s emergency preparation supplies sales tax holiday. → Read More

San Antonio considered ‘most prepared’ for recession, according to researchers

San Antonio is considered to be most prepared for a recession, according to a recent study by Moody’s Investor Service reported by Yahoo News. → Read More

Fiesta Texas donates food, toilet paper to food bank and hospital

Six Flags Fiesta Texas officials announced that the theme park donated more than $20,000 worth of food and supplies to a local hospital and the food bank. → Read More

SAQ: Is there a test that can tell you if you’ve had COVID-19 and recovered?

A KSAT viewer wanted to know about the use of antibody tests for COVID-19 → Read More

SAQ: How many ventilators does Bexar County have?

During Wednesday’s 6 p.m. newscast on KSAT, Mayor Ron Nirenberg addressed some COVID-19-related questions submitted by KSAT viewers including a question about how many ventilators are available in San Antonio and Bexar County. → Read More

SAPD investigating after woman found dead in Northeast Side home

SAPD officers found a woman dead in her Northeast Side home Tuesday. → Read More

Bexar County’s annual budget could be in $100-million hole amid COVID-19 pandemic, memo says

“The situation we currently face is not unlike the Great Recession of 2008, but the impact has been more rapid and it is expected to be far worse,” Bexar County Manager David Smith wrote in the memo. → Read More

Three CommuniCare health care workers test positive for COVID-19, West Campus closed for deep sanitation

Three health care workers at the CommuniCare West Campus clinic have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a press release from the company. → Read More

H-E-B to provide masks, gloves to employees starting Saturday

H-E-B will provide its employees with masks and gloves starting Saturday and store officials are “strongly encouraging” employees to wear them while at work during the current COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

SeaWorld San Antonio donates N95 masks to University Health System

SeaWorld San Antonio donated several hundred N95 masks to University Health System on Friday. → Read More