In something resembling a military operation, the state is on high alert, scrambling to add critical-care beds and ready pop-up field hospitals
Drawing on COVID-19 data from Washington State, officials require surgical masks for staffers at long-term care facilities
Doctors, medical ethicists, and health professionals are crafting decision-making tools to ensure resources are used effectively and fairly
Planificando para lo impensable: ¿qué sucederá si los pacientes con COVID-19 rebasan los suministros médicos?
Los médicos y especialistas en ética médica están elaborando directrices para la toma de decisiones para garantizar que los recursos se utilicen de manera efectiva ...
With help of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Jersey expects first temporary facility within a week, the rest to follow within a month
Working with newly available stats, state learns one in four symptomatic patients tested have COVID-19
While the epidemic’s scale is unprecedented, public health experts say knowledge gained from previous crises should have helped to prepare for the outbreak
There are growing concerns about NJ health care system’s capacity to handle a flood of COVID-19 cases; officials race to expand bed numbers
To deal with expected influx of patients, measures could include drafting in retired health care professional and reopening facilities that had been closed
NJ officials say they have limited information about coronavirus testing being done in the state by two global companies