As the new academic year takes shape, the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic is likely moving to schools, and public school nurses will be among those leading the fight. They’re speaking up about major doubts over getting enough equipment and resources to reopen safely. Without it, they charge they’re being set up to fail.
Dorian Vicente is a certified school nurse and president of the New Jersey State School Nurses Association. She joins Senior Correspondent Briana Vannozzi.