CNN Films’ documentary “Unseen Enemy: Pandemic” airs tonight at 11 p.m. ET.Omaha, Nebraska (CNN)In ordinary times, the University of Nebraska Medical Center — a sprawling campus situated in the middle of Omaha — is an ordinary hospital.But these are far from ordinary times. The campus, tucked away in the Great Plains city known for Warren Buffet, Omaha Steaks and corn farms, is teeming with medical experts, working around the clock to combat the coronavirus. Sleep is in short supply and 20-hour shifts are the norm. These workers, and this center, are on the frontlines of mitigating the unfolding global health disaster.”This is everything I’ve trained for,” said Dr. Jana Broadhurst, director of the Nebraska Biocontainment Unit Clinical Laboratory, who keeps a cot in her office.Established in 2005, the biocontainment and quarantine facility was one of only three places equipped to treat some of the 11 patients in the United States stricken with Ebola in 2014. Now, as the coronavirus crisis has turned into a full-blown pandemic — and with the rapidly expanding number of Americans testing positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus — federal officials are leaning heavily on the facility to help manage the load. It’s

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