2. SOUNDBITE (English) Rudolph Giuliani, New York Mayor
"On October first, a woman working at CBS began to experience swelling. She was treated on October fourth with penicillin. And then on Friday, as a result of the publicity regarding NBC, I believe she came to the department of health. She called the department of health, and she was put on Cipro and tests were taken, including a biopsy. The tests came back late last night or early this morning as positive for anthrax. I should emphasize that she's recovering if not recovered completely and she responded well to both the penicillin and the Cipro. She should be all right."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Neil Cohen, New York Health Commissioner:
"We are going to work closely with the joint terrorism task force and the police department, the health department and the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) to do our epidemiological investigation. But now that we are 17 days out from when this employee had an exposure to what we presume to be some granules of anthrax that was delivered in an envelope, we're not certain of that but it makes sense, given the nature of the work that she does. We don't believe that there is any public health concerns in the building or even on that floor. And even though certain portions of the local where she works will be cordoned off during the course of this criminal investigation. We see now public health concern for CBS employees or anyone who would be coming into the building."
4. Tilt down front of CBS building
5. CBS Broadcast Headquarters sign
6. Tilt down giant poster for CBS morning show
7. Employees in CBS lobby
8. Tighter shot of employees chatting
9. Camera shooting into lobby
10. Pull out from CBS channel two on monitor to wide shot of lobby
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Rudolph Giuliani, New York Mayor:
"Yes, we're all talking about cutaneous anthrax which is treatable and curable and not only is it treatable and curable, but now we have examples of people who have been treated and cured."