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Not just older people: Younger adults are also getting the coronavirus

The spread of the coronavirus through a Seattle-area nursing home seemed to underscore a key point about the disease: Older and sicker individuals are most at risk. But it is also true that younger and middle-age adults, those in their 30s, 40s and 50s, are far from immune from catching the virus. Indeed, many of the cases across the U.S. have been reported in younger and middle-age adults.


In the center of Teaneck's outbreak, Holy Name Medical Center copes with coronavirus

The first clue that the wave of pandemic illness hitting New Jersey would sweep into Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck came a we week ago. It started with a handful of cases of coronavirus disease contracted by its own staff out in the community. Then the wave ac accelerated. Day after day, it doubled.


"It's not so much the test - there's not enough labs that have the PCR technology..."

“It's not so much the tests— there’s not enough labs that have the PCR technology to run the tests so we can swab a lot of people,” Holy Name Health CEO Michael Maron says about coronavirus.


NJ Hospital In 'Eye Of The Storm' Navigating COVID-19 Testing, Treatment Process

TEANECK, N.J. (WCBS 880) — Most of the coronavirus cases in New Jersey are centered in Bergen County, and one of the hospitals in the center of the storm is Holy Name in Teaneck.


Holy Name CEO Discusses Coronavirus Outbreak Response

Bergen County has been hit hard by the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, with over 60 cases in the county alone. The Bergen County town of Teaneck has been particularly impacted by the outbreak. News 12 New Jersey spoke with Holy Name Medical Center CEO Mike Maron about how his staff is handling a surge in cases at the Teaneck hospital and got his take on people who think the coronavirus response is overblown.


Dr. Suraj Saggar speaks with Fox Business News

Chief of infectious disease, Dr. Suraj Saggar, speaks with Fox Business News on the importance of social distancing and the need of self quarantine.


CEO Mike Maron on CBS This Morning

CEO Mike Maron speaks with CBS This Morning on how Holy Name is preparing to keep our patients and staff safe against the Coronavirus.


Holy Name Medical Center is the epicenter of NJ’s coronavirus outbreak

Tents set up outside the ER at Holy Name Medical Center to triage potential coronavirus cases. More than a 150 patients screened because of their travel or exposure to COVID-19. Several – ranging in age from 29 to 89 — in the ICU.


Holy Name Medical Center now testing pre-screened patients for coronavirus outside hospital

Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck has taken to testing patients for COVID-19 in two tents outside of their emergency department, officials said.


Holy Name Medical Center now testing pre-screened patients for coronavirus outside hospital

Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck has taken to testing patients for COVID-19 in two tents outside of their emergency department, officials said.