COVID-19 Dashboards

COVID-19 Health Dashboard

The COVID-19 Health Dashboard offers a look at confirmed cases and deaths over time, as well as cases and deaths disaggregated by race/ethnicity, sex, and age. You can also see vaccination data.

COVID-19 City Council District Maps

These City Council District Maps show where our most vulnerable populations live, including people aged 65+, residents without health insurance, and households burdened by housing costs.

COVID-19 Workforce Dashboard

See the economic impact of COVID-19 in San Antonio through local unemployment claims on our dashboard in partnership with Workforce Solutions Alamo.

COVID-19 Health Dashboard

Over 3,400 people in Bexar County have lost their lives due to the COVID-19 crisis. While there is not a complete list naming those we lost, we know this number includes family members, neighbors, co-workers, educators, students, frontline employees, and friends. To those who lost a loved one during this pandemic, we will work hard to ensure that the Community Vision is realized.

Note: The City of San Antonio has recently shifted its COVID-19 reporting schedule, providing cases and deaths by week (rather than by day). This dashboard is currently updated with the last available daily counts (June 4, 2021). The demographics for cases and deaths were last updated on April 29, 2021.

COVID-19 City Council District Maps

These maps show where Community Indicators, prioritized by San Antonio in the Community Vision, have been disaggregated by City Council District. This helps show where multi-sector organizations can target their efforts and interventions to meet the needs of San Antonians most vulnerable to the effects of the COVID-19 crisis. For more indicators disaggregated by Council District, visit SA2020’s City Council Profiles.

Local Workforce Dashboard

This dashboard is shared in partnership with Workforce Solutions Alamo. While WSA covers a thirteen-county region, the information here is disaggregated by Bexar County and City of San Antonio to show who is disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 crisis and where targeted interventions for economic development are needed the most in an effort to move closer to San Antonio’s Community Vision.

Last Updated: June 30, 2020