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Atlanta, Georgia / Ebola Virus / US Patients #1129390

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 01, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Stephanie Gosk) The measures undertaken at the Emory University Hospital prior to the arrival of Ebola-affected aid workers Nancy Writebol†† and Dr. Kent Brantly†† from Liberia reviewed; details given on the medevac operation led by the US State Department and the CDC; reader’s comment from the Atlanta Journal Constitution quoted; scenes shown of the noncommercial aircraft, the hospital isolation rooms, and the Dobbins Air Reserve Base. [Emory University Hospital Dr. Bruce RIBNER†- comments on the handling of the patients.] [Atlanta resident Pat SHOLLMAN†- shares her views.]

(Studio: Brian Williams, Dr. Nancy Snyderman) Nature of the Ebola virus, its symptoms, and the diagnostic procedures discussed.

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Gosk, Stephanie;
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