WakeMed's Jessica Schmidlin, left, Laura Gordon, center, and Brittany Hair find it's harder to communicate as they don their suits while participating in a training session in the use of personal protective equipment held on the medical center campus in Raleigh on Sept. 25, 2014. The gear would be used if there was a case of ebola or other highly infectious disease at the facility.
WakeMed's Jessica Schmidlin, left, Laura Gordon, center, and Brittany Hair find it's harder to communicate as they don their suits while participating in a training session in the use of personal protective equipment held on the medical center campus in Raleigh on Sept. 25, 2014. The gear would be used if there was a case of ebola or other highly infectious disease at the facility. cseward@newsobserver.com
WakeMed's Jessica Schmidlin, left, Laura Gordon, center, and Brittany Hair find it's harder to communicate as they don their suits while participating in a training session in the use of personal protective equipment held on the medical center campus in Raleigh on Sept. 25, 2014. The gear would be used if there was a case of ebola or other highly infectious disease at the facility. cseward@newsobserver.com

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