Karrin Dunbar, left, clinical nurse educator at UC Davis Medical Center, provides training for Ebola preparedness and personal protective gear  on Thursday at the UC Davis Medical Center  in Sacramento, where protocol instructors are running protective equipment training sessions five days a week.
Karrin Dunbar, left, clinical nurse educator at UC Davis Medical Center, provides training for Ebola preparedness and personal protective gear on Thursday at the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, where protocol instructors are running protective equipment training sessions five days a week. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Karrin Dunbar, left, clinical nurse educator at UC Davis Medical Center, provides training for Ebola preparedness and personal protective gear on Thursday at the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, where protocol instructors are running protective equipment training sessions five days a week. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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