Could antibody treatment prevent COVID-19 hospital surge?

President Trump, Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, former Gov. Chris Christie among those treated with monoclonal antibodies

This week the state’s top health official warned that hospitals are preparing for a surge in patients following an anticipated post-holiday spike in COVID-19 infections. And New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said staffing is a big concern in the weeks ahead.

Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan looked into one treatment for the coronavirus which could keep people out of hospital beds and potentially ease the strain on the health care system.