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Medicine: Ebola Virus / US Patients / Vinson / Burger. McCormick Interviews #1073218

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014
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(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) The arrival in Atlanta of Amber Vinson, the second nurse from Dallas with Ebola, reported; scenes shown of the woman & the ambulance; details given about the conditions of Vinson & Nina Pham, who both worked with patient Thomas Duncan. [Last night, voice of National Nurses United co-president Deborah BURGER@- says Duncan was left not is isolation, waste was piled up.] A Texas health resources statement about medical care quoted. [In interview BURGER - says the hospital did not address any of the nurses' accusations; notes we need to spread "readiness".]

(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with University of Texas school of public health Dr. Joseph McCormick about Ebola & medical protocols. [McCORMICK - says health care workers need specific training in protocols.]

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