U.S. Doctor With Ebola Said To Be Improving

(Atlanta, GA) -- There's encouraging news about an American doctor infected with Ebola. A U.S. health official said Sunday Dr. Kent Brantly's condition is improving. Brantly contracted the deadly virus while working with an aid group in Liberia and was flown to Atlanta Saturday on a medical aircraft. He's being treated in a special isolation ward at Emory University Hospital.
Brantly's wife says she was able to see her husband Sunday and he was in good spirits. Dr. Tom Frieden is the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and he told CBS' "Face the Nation" that while the news about Brantly is encouraging, it's too soon to predict if he'll survive.