Scott Pelley introduced a story on CBS News’ “60 Minutes” for Lara Logan, after the correspondent began a 21-day self-quarantine following a trip to Liberia to report on the Ebola outbreak, TVNewser reports.
“Logan and her crew were in close proximity to confirmed cases. Her stand-up was done in front of a man named George, who survived, and his son William, who didn’t,” the story reports. “Logan is quarantined in her native South Africa and talked about the experience, via FaceTime, with ’60 Minutes’ overtime.”
A CBS News employee traveled with Logan’s team to ensure that team members didn’t come into contact with Ebola, the story adds. Logan said that the employee “sprayed us with chlorine and disinfected everything: the drivers, the cars, the luggage — every time you got out, came out of somewhere.”