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Immune memory less durable after severe COVID-19, study suggests

January 6, 2022

UT Health San Antonio researchers compared results in less-severe and severe COVID-19 cases one and five months after symptom onset.

From the Chief Operating Officer: UT Health San Antonio COVID-19 update

January 3, 2022

As a result of the unprecedented spike in COVID-19 cases fueled by the fast-moving omicron variant, UT Health San Antonio is executing the following actions to help keep our employees and learners safe and help avert an even worse surge that is already overwhelming urgent care centers and emergency departments in our community.

UT Health San Antonio recognized for its leadership in the fight against COVID-19

December 10, 2021

UT Health San Antonio faculty, staff, students, residents and fellows were recently recognized with a Star Award by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). The 2021 Star Awards recognized institutions of higher education for outstanding efforts to respond to COVID-19.

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Fear keeping some cancer patients from COVID-19 vaccination

December 9, 2021

Of the patients surveyed, 56% reported receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, which is lower than the community vaccination rate of 76%.

‘Tis the season to be…boosted

December 9, 2021

With the season of holiday-related travel and gatherings well underway, it’s important to take measures to stay healthy and protected from COVID-19, even for those who are already vaccinated. One of the most effective ways to stay safe is to get a booster shot. With variant strains of the virus circulating, like delta and omicron, […]

How to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at UT Health San Antonio

November 16, 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine is available via appointment to everyone 5 years and older. You may schedule the time and date of your vaccine appointment online.