Heat Wave Precautions

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The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District recommends that as summer temperatures rise, call to check on loved ones or neighbors who may be at high risk to ensure they have access to heat relief and hydration. Adults over 65, children under 4, and people with existing medical conditions such as heart disease and those without access to air conditioning are at the highest risk on days with high temperatures. Visit the website for tips, www.sanantonio.gov/health.

Attention senior residents 60 years of age and older: stay cool this summer! If you need or know a senior resident who needs a FREE 20-inch box fan to help with this summer heat, call the United Way Helpline at 211. Support Project Cool by donating a box fan. See the flyer below for more info or visit www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices/SeniorServices/ProjectCool

SAPD K9 Unit PSA Reminder – Beat the Heat, Look in the Backseat!

It’s going to be another hot summer day ☀️☀️ Please stay hydrated and never leave children or pets unattended in a vehicle! #PSA #hotcarsafety #stayhydrated ‬

Posted by San Antonio Police Department on Monday, July 13, 2020