Two workers from the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation spoke to New Jersey Advance Media after a deadly adenovirus outbreak at the facility killed 10 children and infected at least 23 more. The employees say administrators kept sick children at the rehab center instead of putting them in the hospital to retain government funding. Susan Livio, statehouse reporter for New Jersey Advance Media, discusses her reporting.


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