This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Randall Pinkston) The flu outbreak at a New York City parochial school & in Mexico featured; scenes shown from St. Francis Prep. [NYC health commissioner Dr. Thomas FRIEDEN- comments on the school flu.] Map shown of the three states with 11 cases in the US. [Father Patrick HAYDEN- talks about his son's flu.] [Voice of CDC Dr. Anne SCHUCHAT- comments.] [Medical Assistance for International SOS vice president Dr. Myles DRUCKMAN- speculates about the flu numbers.]
(Detroit: Jeff Glor; studio: Jon LaPook) What is known about the swine flu in Mexico, the milder cases in the US & how the healthy are susceptible to this flu discussed.
(Detroit: Seth Doane) The campaign in Detroit & other cities to provide health care for the children featured; scenes shown of a mobile clinic of doctors, dentists & assistants providing free care for the uninsured in Michigan. [Father on uninsured children Jeffrey WHITE, grandmother Cornelia ISAAC- comment on their kids' care.] [Children's Health Fund president/co-founder Dr. Irwin REDLENER- talks health care.]
(Islamabad: Lara Logan) The crisis in Pakistan due to the expansion of the Taliban featured; scenes shown of the Taliban pulling back after making a deal with local officials in the Bruner district & from a local market. [Students Ali KHAN, Ashir RAMIN- offer views on the Taliban.]
(Studio: Priya David) The state of the troubled American auto industry reviewed; details given about Ford's less than expected losses & the dire situation at GM & Chrysler, which face bankruptcy. [IHS Global Insight auto analyst Rebecca LINDLAND- assesses Ford's recovery & the holdout by GM bond holders.] [Two GM WORKERS - worry.] GM's plant closings & scrapping of its Pontiac brand & Chrysler's attempts at a merger with Fiat noted. ["New York Times" Andrew Ross SORKIN- assesses the industry's "game of chicken."]