Grand jury probes COVID-19 deaths at NJ veterans homes

Subpoenaed documents possibly include patient files, infection control plans, PPE inventory and staffing policies

COVID-19 vaccines doesn’t give much solace to families who’ve already lost loved ones to the virus. According to The Record and northjersey.com, the attorney general’s office is convening a grand jury as it launches an investigation into the three state-run veterans homes where more than 200 people died from COVID-19 complications. The probe could include criminal charges. Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan spoke with families who shared harrowing stories and now want justice.