WATCH: Holy Name Medical Center CEO discusses coronavirus outbreak response

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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.

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