3. Mid shot pan of postal vehicles parked, group of workers sitting in back of one
4. Mid shot postal vehicle driving down street
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Joe DiStephano, Postal Union President "She's in high spirits, my first concern was her safety and her well-being, she's doing very good and she's on the medication and she'll be fine."
6. Wide shot exterior pan of post office
7. Mid shot group of postal workers sitting on parked vehicle
8. Wide shot zoom out to show sign in front of hospital
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, Postal worker "We waited about two and a half, three hours, they did the swab test and then gave us the prescription."
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jean Mitchell, Postal clerk "I feel like that we should have known before now, we should have been tested before now, but I'm happy that we are being tested. Thanks to the Mayor of Hamilton we are being tested now."
11. Mid shot two people walking outside hospital
12. Close up hand holding bottle of Cipro pills
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Glen Gilmore, Mayor of Hamilton, New Jersey "I dispatched one of our police officers to head down to South Jersey where we were able to pick up a supply sufficient to begin a prescription for a thousand plus employees."
14. Wide shot FBI agents walking up to door to talk to residents
15. Wide shot residential street
16. Mid shot postal worker starting vehicle and driving away
The U-S anthrax investigation is focusing on Trenton in New Jersey where the anthrax-laced letters to House Majority Leader Tom Daschle and N-B-C News anchor Tom Brokaw were apparently sent from.
Two postal employees have tested positive for anthrax and are taking antibiotics, while a third employee has been taken to hospital.
Dozens of other postal workers from the two affected offices turned up for screening and for prescriptions for Cipro, the antibiotic for treating anthrax.
Postal Union officials say all but one of the mail carriers reported for work on Saturday morning.
The female carrier who was diagnosed with anthrax is at home recovering and is said to be in good condition.
Postal workers from the two affected buildings, the main Trenton Post Office in Hamilton and the West Trenton Branch in Ewing, started turning up at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital early on Saturday morning to be tested.
Mayor Glen Gilmore ensured that those who wanted got a seven-day supply of Cipro.
Meanwhile the criminal investigation in the surrounding area continues.
Postal officials in Washington confirmed on Saturday that about 150 F-B-I agents would be in the Trenton area searching for evidence.
Some of the agents followed the delivery routes of the infected postal workers, knocking on doors and talking to residents in search of any lead.
At least one mail collection box has been removed.