Could There Be a Spike in COVID-19 Cases as the State Reopens?

Three months after New Jersey’s first case of the disease, an epidemiologist discusses some of the still unanswered questions

So much about the coronavirus remains unanswered: What are the risks of catching it? Why do otherwise healthy people become gravely ill with COVID-19 while others don’t? What progress, if any, is being made on a vaccine? What are the chances of a so-called second surge?

As the state marks month three in the pandemic, Montclair State University professor of public health and epidemiologist Stephanie Silvera, discusses these and other issues with Briana Vannozzi of NJTV News.

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