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Medicine: Ebola Virus / US Patients / Interview #1073732

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The political behavior in response to the Ebola crisis in the US that leads to quarantine examined; a statement from Ebola patient AMber Vinson upon her releasse played; details given about the isolation of nurse Kaci Hickox due to the decision by governors Andrew Cuomo & Chris Christie. [On NBC, CHRISTIE - offers his view.] [President OBAMA - says we react based on facts.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of health care volunteer Ryan Boyko%, who has been in forced quarantine despite not having Ebola, presented. [In interview from Connecticut, BOYKO - says the guidelines seem to shift; explains how he learned he was in quarantine by the state & is trying to figure out the law; calls for clearer standards.]

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