This program is about 1 hour long
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper, Elizabeth Cohen) How the CDC let the workers who cared for Thomas Duncan monitor themselves, the problems for the Texas hospital discussed.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama said about the Ebola issue introduced. [OBAMA - comments on a possible travel ban & its possible effectiveness.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Elizabeth Cohen & Sanjay Gupta, former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin & University of Texas school of public health Dr. Joseph McCormick about the Ebola story. [GUPTA - comments on the context of Vinson's travel.] [McCORMICK - comments on this failure of surveillance of patient Vinson by the Texas hospital that was not prepared.] [YASMIN - comments on CDC contact procedures in the Vinson case.] [COHEN - comments on the hospital not coming forward about what happened.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Today's interview with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse Brianna Aguirre@ about the hospital & dealing with Ebola patients Thomas Duncan & Nina Pham presented. [From Dallas, AGUIRRE - says there was no training provided for hospital staff; explains what the CDC said about the changing care system; details the equipment worn with the neck exposed.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta & former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin about Ebola, the hospital & what the nurse said. [GUPTA - shows the garb worn at Emory hospital for dealing with viral patients.] [YASMIN - points out the garb guidelines are very sketchy.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(On a plane in Victorville, California: Dan Simon) The risk of Ebola to the American flying public examined; scenes shown from inside a plane. [Had worked in Africa, Dr. Suzanne DONOVAN - explains how Ebola is contracted; downplays the dangers from contracting the disease on a plane: the virus is easily killed.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Earlier phone interview held with Behavioral-Based Improvement Solutions Sean Kaufman about Ebola preparations. [KAUFMAN - talks about interacting with the virus, the CDC recommendations about wearing minimal protection in clinical situations, the CDC defense of their protocol; calls it a failure in leadership.]