TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine

COVID-19 Protocol Update – January 4th, 2022

Updated: January 4, 2022

As expected, the City of San Antonio has updated our COVID-19 risk level status to severe and worsening. This is due to the increase in cases, positivity rate and increase in hospitalizations in our area.

Therefore, TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine will require all our providers, staff, patients, and visitors to be fully masked when entering any of our facilities.

Just a friendly reminder at this time, below are our current mask guidelines for patients and visitors.

  • Green Zones – mask use optional
  • Yellow Zone – mask use requested
  • Red Zones – mask use required

We appreciate your patience as we work quickly as possible to help protect our community.

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