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Medicine / Ebola Virus / US Patient #1072829

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 05, 2014
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(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) The health status of Thomas Duncan, the first Ebola patient in the US, updated.

(Dallas: Ryan Owens) Duncan's struggle to survive in the Dallas hospital & the return home from west Africa of an NBC cameraman with Ebola featured; details given about CDC monitoring of people who came in contact with Duncan & another in-flight sickness incident. [Voice of Duncan's girlfriend "LOUISE" - comments on "Eric".]

(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis, Richard Besser) The questions about Ebola safety with Besser just back from Africa discussed; photo shown of the man taken off a flight in case he had Ebola.

Jarvis, Rebecca;
Owens, Ryan;
Richard, Rebecca Jarvis,

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