A New Jersey nurse has a warning for anyone not taking COVID-19 seriously: “You can’t let your guard down for one second.” Sofia Burke, who has cared for many COVID-19 patients at the North Haledon nursing home, knows what it’s like to be blindsided by the coronavirus, but she didn’t get sick as a result of her work. After her mother gave an elderly friend a ride home in November, the whole family became infected. The friend had a cough, but Burke’s mother had no idea she was infected with the coronavirus. By Thanksgiving, all eight members of Burke’s family—who all live in the same household—had caught COVID-19. To read the full story.
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