This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Ron Mott) The status of the 1st US patient, Thomas Duncan, updated; details given of questions about his exposure to Ebola before getting on the plane and the quarantine of his apartment; scenes shown of food being delivered to the apartment. [Voice of quarantined man “OLIVER” – worries.] [Voice of Dallas County Judge Clay Lewis JENKINS- describes how they are trying to keep the quarantined people safe.] [Ivy Apartments resident Kalilu KONNAH- says he’s got to stay safe.] [Apartment manager Sally NURAN- says nobody expected it.] [CDC’s Dave DAIGLE- comments on the contact tracing program.] [Duncan’s nephew Joseph WEEKS- says this is not the way anyone would want to go down in history.]
(Monrovia, Liberia: Nancy Snyderman) Duncan’s Ebola trail in Liberia reviewed. [Cab driver Jiminez GRUGBAYE- recalls driving Duncan and a sick pregnant woman.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Dulles International Airport: Tom Costello) How US airlines are dealing with the Ebola epidemic featured; map shown of the CDC’s quarantine stations. [Delta Air Lines Barbara MARTIN- comments on efforts to assess passengers for symptoms.] [University of Pittsburgh Medical Center TJ DOYLE- notes the low risk of the disease spreading on an airplane.]
(New York: Janice Huff) The weather forecast presented; maps shown.
(London: Kelly Cobiella) The warning from Britain’s Prince William for photographers to stay away from his son, Prince George, featured; statement from William and Duchess Kate quoted; details recalled about the death of Princess Diana while being chased by paparazzi. [Royal observer Robert JOBSON- says he wants to protect his family.]
(Hoboken, New Jersey: Katy Tur) The health and safety of young football players examined; details given about the deaths of Tom Cutinella, Isaiah Langston and Demario Harris Jr.; photos shown; statistics on high school and college football deaths cited. [WOMAN, PARENT – comment.] [Shoreham-Wading River Central School District Steven COHEN- says it was the result of a freak football play.] [Hoboken Red Wings trainer Gerard FRIEDMAN- says we try to teach the correct way of tackling and hitting each other.] The outrage over the decision by the University of Michigan coach to leave quarterback Shane Morris in the game after a big hit noted.
(Midvale, Utah: Harry Smith) The mission of optician Joe Carbone, who started Eye Care 4 Kids to provide free eye exams & glasses for kids, featured. [CARBONE – says there’s no reason why kids should go without glasses.] [KIDS – comment.]