NJ health commissioner: Expect COVID-19 hospitalizations to spike over next few weeks

The state's health commissioner, Judith Persichilli, says she expects hospitalizations due to COVID-19 to spike over the next few weeks.            
Persichilli says hospitals have enough PPE to make it through the surge, but not enough health care staff.
"We will have PPE, we will have ventilators, what we will not have is the appropriate amount of staffing that people are familiar with, conventional staffing," says Persichilli
The Department of Health is working with hospitals, which may have to proceed to contingency or even crisis staffing levels.