1. Hazmat personnel getting ready to enter AMI building
2.Police security outside building
3. Hazmat personnel
4. Two employees in car commenting after being tested
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, American Media Employee
"And then they gave us this patient information ... so."
6. Cipro prescription given to employees
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, American Media Employee
Reporter: "Do you trust what you've been told?"
"Yeah, now that I got my medicine."
Reporter: "This is your first test today?"
"Yeah, I mean, we've gone a month and he's trying to tell us that there's nothing we should be concerned about because it takes six days and you would realise things happening to your body."
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop, DSI Employee
"I mean, I'm concerned for my health. Just to satisfy me, you know, give me more information. And he was just was very, very, vague. And, then he made a statement that they were just doing it for results and he said they were going to throw them away and I said if you're going to throw them away, what are we doing here?"
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop
"It's pretty scary. It's scaring everybody I think and, nobody really has any answers and the answers change everything something else pops up. So, its scary for everybody."
11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop
"But our management has gone to great lengths to ensure that we get tested and we get the antibiotics. They're the ones that, you know, fought for us."
10. Cipro prescription
11. Car with employees leaving the area
12. Hazmat personnel being washed and changed after testing possible contaminated area
13. AMI balcony and American flag waving
14. Police security and employees leaving the AMI building
15. AMI side of buliding with a Fedex truck entering lot
About 400 employees of tabloid publishing company American Media Inc. where three workers were exposed to anthrax, began receiving a second round of blood tests and additional antibiotics on Wednesday.
Health officials now believe American Media mailroom worker Ernesto Blanco had anthrax from the beginning of his pneumonia-like symptoms, and credit aggressive antibiotic therapy by astute physicians for saving his life.
By the time definitive tests were run on the 73-year old, antibiotics had already killed the active bacteria, making lab confirmation a bit more difficult, officials believe.
Blanco's family said he was admitted to the hospital October 1 for respiratory problems.
He was identified October 8 as the second confirmed case of anthrax exposure after spores of the bacteria were found in his nose.
American Media Inc. headquarters, in Boca Raton, have been quarantined since last week, after anthrax spores were found in several locations inside.