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Medicine / Ebola Virus #1080334

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 19, 2014
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The Pentagon’s formation of a quick strike team to treat Ebola patients in the US, the status of a cruise ship passenger who may have been exposed to Ebola victim Thomas Duncan, the announcement that a nurse was infected in Spain is now clear of Ebola, and the monitoring of people in Ohio who had contact with Dallas nurse Amber Vinson reported.

(Dallas: Alina Machado) The monitoring of people in Dallas who may have contact with Duncan, Vinson, or nurse Nina Pham updated. [Wilshire Baptist Church associate pastor Rev. Mark WINGFIELD†- describes the reaction of Duncan’s fiancée to being found free of Ebola.] The risk for the cruise ship passenger discussed.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live interview held with Representative Tulsi Gabbard† about whether the 21-day observation period for Ebola is long enough. [From Honolulu, GABBARD – says our priority is making sure further infections don’t happen in the US; criticizes the CDC’s handling of this crisis; recommends following WHO standards; calls for instituting travel restrictions for people coming from West Africa.]

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim;
Machado, Alina
Duration:
00:09:30

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