This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Poppy Harlow) Dr. Spencer's symptoms that brought him to Bellevue hospital, his movements in the city, the tracking of his contacts discussed,
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Elizabeth Cohen) The CDC response to Dr. Spencer's case discussed.
(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Columbia University's Dr. Irwin Redlener about Ebola in New York City. [REDLENER - talks about the public health response in New York City.].
(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd, counterterrorism expert Wesley Wark & Jim Sciutto about the Ottawa & New York City attacks. [MUDD - suspects this is a homegrown terrorist; outlines the issues that have to be investigated.] [SCIUTTO - comments on the NYPD's concerns, on the issue of Americans going to the Middle East to fight.] [WARK - talks about Canada's security measures since 9/11 with the focus on the foreign fighter, but these were homegrown terrorists.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Deborah Feyerick) The shooter's psychiatric & drug problems, the status of his passport that was part of his motive discussed.
(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Canadian minister of foreign affairs John Bard about the shooting & the shooter. [BARD - outlines Canada's measures to control terrorism & the radicalization of citizens, how to keep Parliament safe, the heroism of the sergeant-at-arms.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) The handling in New York City of Dr. Spencer's case, the precautions that can be taken to contain the virus, the treatments for Ebola patients, NYC's symposium for health care workers about dealing with an Ebola patient, the fact that a Doctors Without Borders physician contracted Ebola discussed; Spencer photos shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Poppy Harlow) The New York City protocols for handling an Ebola case & the investigation of the doctor's contacts discussed; photos from the hospital unit shown.
(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin & national security analyst Juliette Kayyem@ about Ebola. [YASMIN - talks about the process for investigating a patient's contacts.] [KAYYEM - comments on the recommendations for people in contact with an Ebola patient.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Miguel Marquez) The reaction in Dr. Spencer's neighborhood about his Ebola discussed.