H-E-B lifts some shopping restrictions, plus more top San Antonio stories
Editor's note: Each weekend, we share five stories that captured the attention of the Alamo City over the past seven days. COVID-19 continues to dominate the headlines — including new information on when it could peak locally.
1. H-E-B updates restrictions on what San Antonio shoppers can buy during COVID-19 crisis. H-E-B has been a constant throughout our coronavirus coverage, from instituting temporary pay increases to introducing takeaway from local restaurants. This week, the grocer updated its list of shopping restrictions, removing limits on many food items.
2. Here is when the COVID-19 pandemic could peak in San Antonio. New data compiled for the City of San Antonio predicts that the coronavirus will peak in early May — just a bit after the projected peak statewide.
3.Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Stay connected to the Alamo City with these weekend happenings, including a virtual concert in support of the Esperanza Center.
4. Handy list of COVID-19 resources for San Antonio residents and businesses. A number of local, state, and national agencies are offering some financial relief during these tough times.
5. Some remote beaches along the Texas coast reopen to the public. After closing all public beaches on March 29, Galveston County has reopened beaches along the Bolivar Peninsula (with strict social distancing requirements in place).