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Medicine: Ebola Virus / Travel / Czar / A Discussion #1073379

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 17, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The announcement the CDC will set new guidelines for treating Ebola noted.

(Washington: Rene Marsh) The tracking of contacts Ebola patient/Dallas nurse Amber Vinson had in Ohio after a Frontier Airlines flight & of a lab supervisor now on a Carnival cruise ship examined; map of the route of the ship shown. [Ohio dept. of health Dr, Mary DiORIO@- comments on the contact list.] [Contact Ohio MAN; ship passenger Eric LUPHER@- offer views on their concern.] [Vanderbilt University Dr. William SCHAFFNER@- comments on the cruise ship case.] The cruise ship case, the problems in contacting all the Frontier plane passengers discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) President Obama's nominee for Ebola czar, Ron Klain%, why he was chosen, his projected role as agencies coordinator discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Doctors Without Borders Dr. Brice del la Vigne@ about the Ebola crisis. [From Belgium, De la VIGNE@- comments on the complications of the Ebola situation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & Dr. Sanjay Gupta about the Ebola czar. [GERGEN, GUPTA - back Klain as a crisis manager but a spokesman is needed to talk to the public; talk about, the limits of a federal system, the lack of preparedness & leadership.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marsh, Rene;
Acosta, Jim

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