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Medicine: Ebola Virus / US Patients / Hickox #1073818

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 30, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The latest developments in the standoff in Maine between nurse Kaci Hickox & state officials due to Ebola fears reported; scenes shown of Hickox on a bike ride. [Governor Paul LePAGE@- talks about using the law.] A statement from White House press secretary Josh Earnest about the case noted.

(Ft. Kent, Maine: Alexandra Field) The reaction to the Hickox case in the small Maine town examined. [Local business woman Catherine JANREAU@, resident Solange BARD@, WOMAN, store owner Becky LAWN@, neighbor Jim MAJKA@, WOMAN, works in Ft. Kent, April SAFFORD@- offer views.] What Kaci's boyfriend said to the reporters outside their house discussed,

Cooper, Anderson;
Field, Alexandra

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