This program is about 1 hour long
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) Vinson's plane flights after talking to the CDC, the issue of protocols, the question of why she was sent to Atlanta with Dallas "surrendering" her care discussed.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Elizabeth Cohen & former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin about Ebola & the latest case. [COHEN - explains why Vinson was allowed to get on the plane; comments on the Dallas hospital's lack of information.] [GUPTA, YASMIN - talk about CDC temperature protocols.] [YASMIN, GUPTA - comment on the limited role of the CDC.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) What President Obama has said about the Ebola issue discussed. [OBAMA - says we are reviewing what has happened in Dallas so it will not be repeated.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) The role of Dr. Kent Brantly, who has donated plasma to three Ebola patients in the US, noted. [In interview today, BRANTLY - talks about his improving condition; states there is irrational fear in the US about Ebola: that contact people have not gotten sick; notes the epidemic has to be stopped in west Africa to prevent the spread of the outbreak; explains the process of donating his plasma for use as an experimental drug.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with University of Texas school of public health Dr. Joseph McCormick about Ebola & medical protocols. [McCORMICK - says health care workers need specific training in protocols.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper; Washington airport: Rene Marsh) What has been done with the Frontier plane on which Vinson flew discussed.