COVID cases could spike as N.J. rings in the holiday season. How bad will it be?

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The holidays are upon us. The food. The festivities. Family and friends cramming onto trains and planes to gather for Thanksgiving dinner — with Christmas and New Year’s right behind it. COVID will surely follow. The pandemic has taken a backseat this fall to the flu and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus), which have generated even more headlines. But the coronavirus hasn’t gone away, even if many people have put it behind them. And that worries experts. “I think that it would be really naive not to expect there to be somewhat of an increase in the number of cases,” said Stephanie Silvera, an i…

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