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NJ State Commission of Investigation looking into COVID deaths in NJ Veterans Homes

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Paramus NJ, a third investigation into the deaths of more than 200 residents of New Jersey’s veterans homes during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic has been opened by an independent state agency that reports on government malfeasance, a state commissioner revealed this week.

The commission joins probes by the state Attorney General’s Office and the U.S. Department of Justice.

The State Commission of Investigation is looking into how the outbreak at the Paramus, Menlo Park and Vineland homes became one of the nation’s worst COVID-related nursing home disasters, Military and Veterans Affairs Commissioner Lisa Hou told a legislative panel on Tuesday.

One thought on “NJ State Commission of Investigation looking into COVID deaths in NJ Veterans Homes

  1. Too Little.
    Too Late.

    The damage has been done
    The elections have been won.

    There will be NO consequences.

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