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New Jersey will ask medical experts on a bioethics panel to set guidelines for which Covid-19 patients will get ventilators, wrenching decisions that could determine who lives and who dies.
The state medical society and New Jersey’s former epidemiologist will consider the question, State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli told reporters in Trenton on Thursday.