The COVID-19 patients continue to stream into Holy Name, just as they have for the past month. They’re not as sick on average as they were in earlier waves of the pandemic. But they keep coming, some struggling to breathe and further straining an already exhausted health care workforce. The Teaneck hospital is among many New Jersey medical facilities managing the large and steady flow of coronavirus patients since Thanksgiving. It isn’t overwhelmed. But the flood of sick people has kept workers in a constant state of vigilance for weeks, said Dr. Suraj Saggar, Holy Name’s chief of infectious disease. To read the full story.