Thanksgiving this year poses unique challenges: quarantines and travel guidelines, work policies and outdoor dining recommendations, and managing family members who may approach the coronavirus with varying degrees of caution.
Nationwide, COVID-19 cases are on the rise. While not completely unexpected, health officials are warily eyeing the daily totals. Meanwhile, the CDC says a limited number of COVID-19 vaccines should be available before the end of the year.
The leading research community says COVID-19 may become endemic, which means it is always present, similar to the flu. While the data is still coming in, researchers say it is a real possibility but it will also be dependent on the effectiveness of vaccines and herd immunity.
Across the country, spikes in COVID-19 infections are sending alarm bells throughout the healthcare community, including here in the tri-state area. But while the increase is troubling, Dr. Suraj Saggar, chief of infectious disease, says there are other factors to consider besides the positivity rate.
NEW JERSEY (CBSNewYork) – Pres. Donald Trump credits drug maker Regeneron’s treatment for relieving his COVID-19 symptoms. But, what is it, and how might you get it?
Holy Name was first in the world to treat a patient with Regeneron’s investigational monoclonal antibody treatment - the same one President Trump received after testing positive for COVID-19. Hear from our chief medical officer Dr. Adam Jarrett about some of the promising results we have seen.