SAN ANTONIO– The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District reported 80,057 overall COVID-19 cases and 1,357 overall deaths in Bexar County, a boost of 888 new cases since Sunday. No new deaths were reported.The total case count also includes a backlog of 758 cases, according to health officials. The total death count consists of a stockpile of 13 deaths, ranging from July 8th – November 10. Health authorities likewise reported that 582 patients are hospitalized, 178 remain in the extensive care system and 96 are on ventilators. There are 15% of staffed beds available and 67% of ventilators available.A curfew for San Antonio is still in impact, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. that will extend through Monday, Nov. 30. People will not be allowed to collect outside of their household during the imposed curfew, except for when seeking goods or services from a business.Restaurants will likewise be required to close for dine-in services at 10 p.m. They might continue to use drive-thru, takeout or curbside service once the curfew begins after 10 p.m.Click here to find out more about the curfew.MORE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE FROM KSAT: Copyright 2020 by KSAT – All rights scheduled.
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