SEAN HANNITY (HOST): All right, Dr. Siegel, maybe as a point of comparison, you have written extensively on H1N1, and that was a pandemic in 2009-10, and America's response then, and the total number of Americans that have died. Why don't we compare and contrast what we did, how quickly we reacted, what didn't we do, what did we do? I see what the president has done tonight, and what the president has done here to for has never happened before.
DR. MARC SIEGEL (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): Sean, in the swine flu in outbreak 2009-10, we had 60 million Americans infected, and almost 300,000 were hospitalized. And as you mentioned, at least 13,000 deaths. Sixty million people were affected, and the response to it wasn't as quick as this. We didn't have any travel bans. Cutting off travel to China was a huge move. I was absolutely -- I was so affected by what the president did tonight.