NJ Prepares For Possible Second Coronavirus Wave As School Starts

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In New Jersey. But health authorities do not see a second wave of the virus right now as K Y W's Mike Leonardo report on the day New Jersey's total Corona virus case count top 200,000 the rate of transmission held at 1.12. That means each infected person is spreading the virus to atleast one additional person. The rate hasn't been that high since August. 7th it. Lipschitz, the director of the state Health Departments, Communicable Disease Service, says there's no indication that this is pointing to a second wave. Certainly any increase in numbers catches our attention and rightly Increases our response to that area. But right now, I would not say it's way. Mike DiNardo

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