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Medicine / West Nile Virus #191927

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 30, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(New York: Dan Harris) The East Coast's alert for an outbreak of the West Nile virus featured; details given of what the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) is doing to monitor the virus that is carried my mosquitoes. [CDC (Centers for Disease Control) West Nile coordinator Stephen OSTROFF - says this virus had not appeared in the western hemisphere before last year; explains how germs can travel around the planet.] [New York City health commissioner Dr. Neal COHEN - says we have to watch our environment to minimize the mosquito population.]

Harris, Dan;
Simpson, Carole

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