How NJ hospitals are dealing with COVID-19 one year later

Doctors have learned a lot, but they're not declaring victory against the virus

We’re far from done with this health crisis. Hope has arrived in a slow, steady rollout of vaccines and New Jersey’s own Johnson & Johnson one-shot serum coming to market; the first doses were put in arms at churches, community centers and hospitals across the state Thursday.

Now, we look at health care systems still reeling from the trauma and paving a new way forward. Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan reports.

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