Gov. Phil Murphy says community spread of COVID-19 in New Jersey is happening largely because of private indoor gatherings where people let their guards and masks down. Halloween weekend was one of the state’s first big new tests and, according to the governor’s office, it was relatively quiet aside from a few large house parties that were broken up by police.
Can New Jersey stave off even more incidents as holiday season approaches? Montclair State University professor and epidemiologist Stephanie Silvera discusses the possibilities with Anchor Briana Vannozzi.