We Can Stop the Spread

A message to patients from Ruben Mesa, MD, director of Mays Cancer Center

June 23, 2020

In this video message, Ruben Mesa, MD, director of the Mays Cancer Center, reassures patients that their safety is a top priority during this uncertain time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


A message to staff from Ruben Mesa, MD, director of Mays Cancer Center

June 23, 2020

In this video message, Ruben Mesa, MD, director of the Mays Cancer Center, emphasizes the center’s commitment to the health and safety of all staff and patients.


San Antonio Express-News: Bexar County reports 538 new COVID cases, one new death, as surge continues

June 22, 2020

UT Health San Antonio has launched a public education campaign called “We Can Stop the Spread,” an initiative that urges residents to redouble efforts to wash hands meticulously, wear masks in public, avoid touching one’s face, eyes or nose and steer clear of crowded places, as reported in the San Antonio Express-News. Read the full […]


Wilson County News: UT Health San Antonio calls on the community to do its part

June 22, 2020

William Henrich, MD, MACP, called for area residents to intensify their commitment to safe behaviors in response to a marked increase in COVID-19 cases, as he announced a “We Can Stop the Spread” public education initiative, as reported in the Wilson County News. Read the full story.


Rivard Report: Health experts: Mask requirement not ‘fear mongering,’ it’s science

June 22, 2020

Cindy Sickora, DNP, RN, vice dean of practice, UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing; Ruth Berggren, MD, Infectious Diseases; and Amelie Ramirez, DrPH, Institute for Health Promotion Research, speak to the critical factors of science upon which is based the public education initiative, “We Can Stop the Spread.” Read the full story.


San Antonio Express-News: San Antonio COVID cases rise ‘exponentially’ — 412 new cases, four more deaths

June 22, 2020

UT Health San Antonio launches a public education campaign called “We Can Stop the Spread” as San Antonio COVID-19 cases rise exponentially, as reported in the San Antonio Express-News. Read the full story.