1. Close up flag printed "ABC" outside ABC network offices on Upper West Side of Manhattan
2. Wide shot exterior ABC building
3. Pan down ABC exterior
4. Close up ABC logo attached to building
5. Medium shots people gathered at entrance to ABC building
6. Medium shot woman enters station WABC in same building
7. Close up sign on door "Show ID Cards"
8. Medium shot security guard inspecting visitors to building as they pass through metal detector
9. SOUNDBITE: (English): Rudy Giuliani, Mayor of New York City:
"What I'm trying to do is not speculate about it. Since we had three here in New York, two of whom received what has been found to be anthrax, and one of which was a hoax, and then we had the one in Florida - the Police Commissioner and the F-B-I and I just thought it was a good idea to check. And so far the results of the overnight testing is negative, so that's good news."
10. Wide shot exterior Post Office
11. Close up American flag
12. SOUNDBITE: (English): Voxpop, New Yorker (man): "I just hope that we find the people who are doing it fast."
13. SOUNDBITE: (English): Voxpop, New Yorker (woman): "I think that we're all living with much more, under much more of a cloud, and much more suspicious than we ever have been before. I think it's just one more thing we need to be aware of. And, as Giuliani says, who I think really expresses things for the city, is just be aware and if things appear to be suspicious then call the police. But go on with your life."
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.
Also on Monday, a letter sent to Senate majority leader Tom Daschle tested positive for anthrax but it still not known if anyone in the office has tested positive.
President Bush told reporters "there may be some possible link" between the anthrax incidents and Osama bin Laden, who administration officials say was behind the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
At The Associated Press on Monday night, eight police officers - one wearing a protective biohazard suit complete with respirators - took spot swipes from the countertops and other surfaces in the mailroom looking for any anthrax residue.
Other news organisations to be tested included CNN, CBS, Fox, Daily News and New York Post.
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 F-B-I.
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.
Co-worker Ernesto Blanco, 73, has been treated for anthrax since being hospitalised earlier this month with what was thought to be pneumonia.
Officials earlier said Blanco had anthrax bacteria in his nasal passages, but indicated Monday that he contracted the inhaled form.
They said he was showing signs of improvement.
Since the Florida cases, preliminary tests have discovered at least traces of anthrax in New York, Nevada and Washington, D.C.
Tests indicate that at least 13 people either have anthrax or were exposed to the anthrax spores.
One of those people was an assistant to NBC anchorman Tom Brokaw who handled a letter addressed to the host of "Nightly News."
Another NBC employee is being tested for exposure.