This spring, as mask policies loosened, indoor dining became socially acceptable and most state-to-state travel bans had been lifted, the coronavirus finish line finally appeared to be in sight. The vaccines had arrived and surely would save us all from the disease, helping New Jersey reach herd immunity and effectively eradicate the virus. But late 2021 is now looming close on the horizon and public health experts are issuing a cold dose of reality: Sorry, folks, but another COVID winter is coming. To read the full story.
- Rutgers Scientists Develop Method to Detect Deadly Infectious Diseases.
- Rutgers Health Regional Biocontainment Lab Plans Renovation and Expansion.
- NJACTS Community Engagement Core Available Services
- Health clinic in Plainfield doubles its care for the uninsured.
- CDC panel approves revised COVID-19 vaccine.