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Medicine / Ebola Virus / New Patients / Liberia #1072610

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 02, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report that an NBC freelancer in Africa has been diagnosed with Ebola & questions about Liberian Thomas Duncan, the first Ebola patient in the US, noted. [Liberian President Ellen JOHNSON@- reacts to Duncan's case: that he left the country knowing he was ill.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Dallas: Elizabeth Cohen) How people leaving Liberia are handled when travelling, how it is done on the "honor system" & how hospitals are not prepared for Ebola patients discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The two flights that Ebola patient Thomas Duncan took outlined on screen.

(No location given: Dan Simon) The risk to the flying public from an Ebola patient explained. [Dr. Suzanne DONOVAN - says Ebola is contracted by direct contact.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Cohen, Elizabeth;
Simon, Dan

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