OAKLAND -- They stood together in bright red T-shirts, holding placards and signs. They stood together in sorrow, and in anger. But mostly, nurses from throughout California stood together Sunday as a symbol of warning.
The nation's hospitals aren't ready for an Ebola outbreak, a representative for the country's largest nurses union said, nor are they prepared to protect the people who may be called to fight it on the front lines.
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