CHARLES PAYNE (GUEST HOST): You know, doc, on Friday, I think one of the things that actually helped the market was a report out from Morning Consult that 61% of Americans felt that the government, the U.S. government, was doing the right thing in the way they have been handling this coronavirus. Only 23% did not. Contrasting that with the Ebola virus, where 62% thought the government mishandled that. Are you happy with the way the government's handled this, the way the CDC has handled everything?
MARC SIEGEL (FOX NEWS MEDICAL CONTRIBUTOR): Charles, I have been following contagious outbreaks, as you know, for 15 or more years. I can't believe how well they are handling this. The proof is in the pudding. We have 15 people in the United States with it. That's it. No one has died. The case in Washington got an experimental drug, recovered. I mean, the travel advisories and restrictions -- so far, everything is working. CDC has a very patented plan: isolate people, identify the problem, and look at contacts of everyone that's been in contact with a person that gets coronavirus. This is working so far. Our biggest problem is the burgeoning number of cases in China.