U.S. Doctor With Ebola Said To Be Improving

(Atlanta, GA) -- A doctor with Atlanta's Emory University Hospital says the American doctor infected with Ebola is improving because he's being treated at one of the most advanced medical isolation facilities in the world. Doctor Kent Brantly contracted the deadly virus while working with an aid group in Liberia. Brantly was flown to Atlanta Saturday and is being treated in a special isolation ward. Nancy Whitebol, a second American who got the Ebola virus while working in Liberia, is expected to be in Atlanta tomorrow morning to begin treatment.