Families of NJ kids in virus outbreak reach $6 million settlement

Families of kids who fell victim to a 2018 virus outbreak at a medical facility in New Jersey recently reached a $6 million settlement with its former owners, according to a new report.

After filing a lawsuit in 2020, the 13 families of children who either died or became severely ill from an adenovirus that spread at Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation agreed on a $6.2 million settlement at some point over the last month, NJ.com reported Monday.

“This was a siren call for what the world needed to be prepared for when the pandemic hit,” Paul da Costa, a lawyer for the 13 families,

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