9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rudolph Giuliani, New York Mayor
"Today we've had 51 calls. Eleven involved packages. We've picked them up, now it'll take a while again to get the results back from that but theres nothing that looks at least in plain view that would be positive but you don't know until you do all the testing. Other than that I think things have quietened down somewhat with regard to people reaction. I think people are understanding that this is something that is isolated."
10. Exterior, Post office
11. US flag over Post office
12. People going into post office
13. People inside post office
14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop
"It really hasn't made me upset about handling mail, I just think that it didn't take very much to throw us all into a panic."
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Voxpop
"There's a lot of education not only that's necessary with anthrax, but I think that its important with other organisms that can cause trouble. So I just hope we find the people that are doing it fast."
16. Man wheeling cart into AP mailroom
17. Man sorting mail
18. Close shot, envelope as it is opened
19. Man sorting mail through shelf
20. Interior, pharmacy
21. Counter at pharmacy
22. Woman pouring pills from jar
23. Close shot, pills being poured
24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Russell Gellis, Apthorp Pharmacy
"So people we've seen have now calmed down and at this point interestingly enough, even though today the news got out on ABC about an infant coming down with cutaneous anthrax, there really haven't been any calls
Security at media mailrooms and post offices in New York remains high after an ABC news producer's infant son was diagnosed with anthrax.
The diagnosis of the 7-month-old child marked the second anthrax case involving a major news organisation in New York in four days, following one at NBC in which a female employee was infected by a letter carrying anthrax.
ABC News President David Westin said on Monday that the boy had developed the skin form of anthrax after spending time at the newsroom last month.
The child is taking antibiotics and is expected to recover.
Other news organisations to be tested included CNN, CBS, Fox, Daily News and New York Post.
But New Yorkers remain cautious, and say they're keeping an eye out for any suspicious behaviour.
New York Rudolph Mayor Giuliani said no anthrax had been detected in the initial tests.
He also said two people outside of New York who had sent hoax anthrax letters had been arrested by the
Authorities did not discuss the source of the germ involving the child who was believed to have been on two floors of the ABC building on West 66th Street for several hours on September 28.
Westin said the child is the son of a female producer, but did not release names.
The skin version of anthrax that the boy contracted is not the more-lethal inhaled form that infected two Florida men who worked at a supermarket tabloid, killing American Media Inc. employee Robert Stevens, 63.
New York city health officials say after searching the mail rooms of major media companies overnight they have not found any new traces of anthrax.
The most popular drug for treating anthrax is Ciprofloxin, patented by Bayer pharmaceuticals.
New Yorkers flocked to drug stores last Friday to stock up on tablets, but the mania has faded in the last few days.
Pharmacists say that Doxicyclene is also effective in treating the bacteria.
Anthrax cannot be communicated from person to person, but is being spread by spores that have been sent in the infected letters.