This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Kate Snow) The Ebola crisis updated; details given about the agreement that health care workers who treated Thomas Duncan are being asked to sign and efforts to identify people who flew with nurse Amber Vinson; video of nurse Nina Pham shown; scenes shown of a show of support for Vinson & Pham. [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST – comments on the Klain appointment.] [Texas Governor Rick PERRY – calls for restrictions on air travel.] [Texas Health Resources Dr. Daniel VARGA- comments on mistakes made by the Dallas hospital.] [National Institutes for Health Dr. Anthony FAUCI- comments on Pham.]
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Chuck Todd) The views of Republicans and Democrats on Klain’s appointment discussed.
(Dulles International Airport: Tom Costello) The spreading panic over Ebola featured; 911 call from a Fort Worth man played; scenes shown of a bus in Washington, DC that was quarantined; examples of Ebola concerns cited. [Vanderbilt University Medical Center Dr. William SCHAFFNER- says he would be comfortable if he sat next to Vinson.] [Several OFFICIALS – say “abundance of caution.”] [Infectious disease expert Dr. Amesh ADALJA- says the general public need not panic.]
(Southampton Parish, Bermuda: Dylan Dreyer) The impact of Hurricane Gonzalo in Bermuda featured; scenes & map shown. [Sarah Mays KLEIMEYER, voice of Barbara MacKINNON, voice of Rob JOHNSON- comment.]
(San Francisco: Lester Holt) San Francisco’s preparedness for the next big earthquake examined; footage shown; scenes shown of a ruptured sidewalk that sits atop the Hayward Fault; map shown; projections on the impact of a large quake cited. [Survivor Tom SHARP- describes his earthquake experience.] [Berkeley Seismological Laboratory director Richard ALLEN- notes it was 60 miles south of much of the urban population.] [San Francisco Department of Emergency Management Anne KRONENBERG- says we are better prepared now than we were in 1989.] [Bay Bridge chief engineer Brian MARONEY- says the bridge is constructed to survive the earthquake.] [US Geological Survey David SCHWARTZ- says the Hayward Fault is the most seismically dangerous fault in the Bay Area.] The new alert system mentioned.
(New York: Katy Tur) Musician Bono's explanation about why he wears sunglasses every day featured. [BONO – says he has glaucoma.]
(Near Havana, Illinois: Kevin Tibbles) Efforts to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes featured; scenes shown of the jumping fish on the Illinois River. [Biologist Kevin IRONS- says carp is a 4-letter word.]