TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): So if you had, like, a serious outbreak of this disease in Mexico - and it doesn't seem like they're taking many precautions there - and then you have a financial crisis after that, you could get a wave of refugees across our southern border. Is that a concern?
KEN CUCCINELLI: That is a concern, it is a very real concern, and is difficult at time as we have had spotting cases in the United States - called surveillance in the public health parlance - south of us, Mexico and all the way into South America, they have even less ability to identify the presence of the virus in their communities and less of ability for their public health systems to treat it. So as we see the cases rising in the countries that form the pipeline of illegal immigration into our country, it becomes a very serious concern to see exactly the scenario you described, Tucker, actually unfold. And we're trying to stay ahead of it -- you've seen the math just fly out of control with this virus, we don't want to wait until it's a problem.