What it could mean for schools as NJ braces for second COVID-19 wave

As Health Commissioner Persichilli anticipates second wave of infection, school officials and parents debate implications for schooling

The state’s fluctuating COVID-19 numbers hint that a potential second wave of the virus is looming and New Jersey schools and communities are bracing for the worst. That will probably mean more remote-only learning for students, and big changes for traditional religious groups not accustomed to masking up and social distancing. But consider the alternative, a major COVID-19 surge and thousands more deaths by early 2021, according to model projections.  Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan reports.