New Jersey is not even “remotely prepared” to handle a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. NJ.com reports the opinion of Sharon Abramowitz, who is a global health consultant for UNICEF. Ambramowitz says that is likely our state would be subject to a second wave of the virus if the state opens sooner than we are ready. Governor Phil Murphy says the state is not ready to reopen.
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