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Atlanta, Georgia / Ebola Virus #1129408

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 04, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The admission of a patient who had recently traveled to West Africa with possible Ebola symptoms at Mt. Sinai Hospital reported.

(Atlanta: Kate Snow) The expected arrival of Nancy Writebol†† and the recovery of Dr. Kent Brantly†† featured; scenes shown of Brantly’s arrival at the Emory University Hospital; photos shown of Brantly††, his wife, and Writebol††; graphic visuals shown of the special isolation unit at Emory. [NIAID director Dr. Anthony FAUCI†- says the experimental drug is a cocktail of antibodies.] [SIM’s Bruce JOHNSON†- comments on experimental drug use.] [Decorated US Air Force Col. Dr. Donald SIEGEL‡- talks about the risks involved.]

(Atlanta: Dr. Nancy Snyderman) The strict isolation of patients with possible Ebola symptoms and heightened alert of the US healthcare system featured; map shown of West Africa; scenes shown of Nigerian officials screening passengers at the Lagos airport. [CDC’s Capt. Inger DAMON††- says the close attention toward Ebola is really unprecedented.] [CDC epidemic intelligence service officer Dr. Negar ALIABADI†- says they are doing their best to get the situation under control.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Snow, Kate;
Snyderman, Dr. Nancy
Duration:
00:05:20

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