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Medicine: Ebola Virus / US Patients / Delaunay Interview #1073713

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 27, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The latest developments in Ebola in the US introduced. [New York City Mayor Bill de BLASIO - comments on the child.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The Army monitoring/quarantine policy for dealing with soldiers returning from west Africa discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Miguel Marquez) The case of the young boy being tested for the Ebola virus & the medical condition of Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New CDC guidelines for people at the highest risk for Ebola infection & the tough rule laid out by New Jersey & New York affecting nurse Kaci Hickox outlined.

(White House: Jim Acosta) Ebola virus polices on the state & federal levels, the absence of Ebola czar Ron Klain discussed. [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - defends policy.] [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - comments on the Hickox case & policy decisions.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Doctors Without Borders executive Sophie Delaunay@ about Ebola policies. [DELAUNAY - says quarantine is not based on medical science & contributes to stigmatization & is a deincentive for aid workers to volunteer while Ebola spikes in Guinea: we need human resources.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara;
Marquez, Miguel;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:14:30

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