Pandemic’s lessons for NJ’s health care system

The public health crisis laid bare many systemic issues

The coronavirus pandemic laid bare many of the systemic issues the state’s medical systems have been staring down for years. From health protocols, staffing, and stockpiling personal protection equipment, both workers and their institutions were stretched to the limit.

Throughout the year, Correspondent Michael Hill and Health Care Writer Lilo H. Stainton were chronicling every step. They join Anchor Briana Vannozzi to reflect on the lessons learned.