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Medicine / Ebola Virus #1080618

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Oct 25, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Remarks from Kaci Hickox, a nurse who was quarantined in New Jersey after returning from West Africa, quoted. Live discussion held with “Dallas Morning News” writer Dr. Seema Yasmin† and CNN medical analyst Dr. Alexander van Tulleken† about the mandatory Ebola quarantines in New York & New Jersey. [From Dallas, YASMIN – says politicians are responding to fear from infection of the public and the policies do not align with the science; says it is a frightening situation for health care workers; comments on the false alarm for Hickox.] [TULLEKEN – says quarantine doesn’t prevent transmission of Ebola and costs a huge amount of money; says there is no risk of recovered patients, including nurses Nina Pham & Amber Vinson, transmitting the disease.]
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Cabrera, Ana
Duration:
00:06:00

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