1. Mid shot of Westin and Giuliani coming to podium for news conference
2. Cutaway of conference room in ABC building
3. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Westin, ABC News President
" We learnt this evening that the child in preliminary tests, both blood and biopsy, has tested positive to cutaneous Anthrax. We do not know for sure that that was contracted through an exposure at ABC News but we are operating on that assumption at the present time. I emphasise that this is cutaneous Anthrax, we've all learned more than we ever wanted to know I suspect about this disease, but that of course is the much less dangerous one."
Washington D.C. - ABC
4. Mid shot Senator Daschle's office in Hart building
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Don Nichols, US Capitol Police
"The letter was received in his office in the Hart Senate Office building, which contained a powdery substance, there was an exposure when the letter was opened."
6. Mid shot of woman wheeling cart full of mail through Hart building
7. Person in protective clothing inside Daschle's office
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Tom Daschle, US Senate Majority Leader:
"I feel so badly for each of them, they are innocent people caught up in a matter for which they have nothing to do. I am very very disappointed and angered."
Boca Raton, Florida - ABC
9. Mid shot postal worker moving cart of mail around mail trucks in parking lot
10. Mid shot postal vehicle pulling out of parking lot
Ottawa, Canada - CBC Footage
11. Fire truck rushing towards Parliament building
12. Pan down from top of Parliament building to ambulance
13. Various emergency workers handling items in back of truck
14. Wide shot looking up past ambulance to Parliament building in background
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Marlene Catterall, Government Whip
"The hazardous materials section of the RCNP as well as an ambulance was called. The employee is now in a hospital. The RCNP are on the site and the substance is being analysed."
16. Members of Parliament entering National Press Building
Pawtucket, Rhode Island - ABC
17. Wide shot ambulance leaving scene of Kennedy's office
18. Close-up of door of Congressman Patrick Kennedy's office
19. Mid shot FBI agent and man in suit carrying bag walking
Trenton, New Jersey - ABC
20. Sign on front of Trenton Post Office, pan out to show Post Office
21. Mid shot postal vehicle driving by
22. Wide shot parking lot with mail trucks behind post office
23. Wide shot parking lot with mail trucks behind post office, reverse angle
Cleveland, Ohio - ABC
24. Wideshot plane on tarmac with officials going in and out
The seven-month-old son of an ABC News producer has developed the skin form of anthrax after recently spending time in the newsroom, network officials said on Monday.
The boy, the youngest of the four Americans diagnosed with the disease this month, is responding to antibiotics and is expected to recover.
Earlier on Monday, a letter received at Senator Tom Daschle's office in Washington DC, tested positive for the cutaneous form of the Anthrax virus.
Washington investigators said preliminary tests on the letter were positive for anthrax.
Officials could not confirm whether anyone in the office was exposed to the bacteria, but at least 40 people who work in the office are being treated with the antibiotic Cipro, the drug of choice for fighting the Anthrax disease.
In Florida, officials said on Monday that Anthrax spores had been found at the Boca Raton Post Office, where the letter most likely came from that killed tabloid worker several days ago.
A second employee of the supermarket tabloid publisher has the inhaled form of anthrax, health officials went on to reveal on Monday.
Ernesto Blanco, 73, "is improving and the public health officials are encouraged by his progress," state health officials said.
Blanco has been treated for anthrax since he was hospitalised earlier this month for what was believed to be pneumonia. At the time, officials said Blanco had anthrax bacteria in his nasal passages but had not been diagnosed with the disease.
There was also a scare in the Canadian Capitol city of Ottawa on Monday.
A House of Commons employee developed a rash after opening an envelope containing a suspicious white powder. Officials said tests were being conducted to determine whether the substance contained anthrax.
Eleven parliament employees are being decontaminated.
Back in the United States, a female employee of Congressman Patrick Kennedy's district office was tested for possible anthrax exposure when she developed a skin rash on her hand after handling a letter.
A doctor at Rhode Island Hospital says the unidentified worker was given a nasal swab on Monday. The doctor says test results should be known in the next two to three days.
Kennedy's office was evacuated, and eight workers were taken to Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket. They were not tested for anthrax exposure.
Kennedy says he was examined but also was not tested for anthrax exposure.
Some of the letters believed to contain Anthrax, including the ones that reached NBC News headquarters in New York and Daschle's office in Washington, were post marked for delivery at the Post Office in Trenton, New Jersey.
New Jersey Postal Inspector Tony Esposito and FBI officials said the letter to Daschle was postmarked in Trenton on September 18, the same date and postmark on a letter that infected the NBC employee.
Officials also were testing a female mail carrier and male maintenance worker in Trenton who reported possible symptoms of anthrax, Esposito said.
Cleveland, Ohio, one more scare for the US as a Continental Airlines flight carrying 155 people was grounded for four hours on Monday before a suspicious powder on board was tested and found to be harmless.
Reuben Sheperd, city port control director, said that a flight attendant discovered a small amount of white powder when she opened a roll of toilet paper on flight 456 from Las Vegas to Cleveland.