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Atlanta, Georgia / Ebola Virus #1129441

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 06, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Kate Snow) Level 1 status alert by the CDC for the Ebola outbreak featured; details given of the medevacked Spanish priest; scenes shown of the meetings at the CDC, bodies of Ebola patients in Liberian streets, and the transport of Dr. Kent Brantly†† and Nancy Writebol††. [NIAID director Dr. Anthony FAUCI†- says the situation is out of control in the West African countries.] [Paramedics Gail STALLINGS††, John AREVALO††- offer their perspective.] [Emory University Hospital Dr. Jay VARKEY†- comments on the treatment.]

Williams, Brian;
Snow, Kate

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