This is ELWA, one of Liberia's biggest hospitals, and home to the capital's Ebola treatment centers.
For weeks, the Ebola isolation ward here has been out of space.
With no beds, patients wait under trees for the chance to get medical attention.
Kona Kupee couldn't stop shivering.
Across an empty field from where the women waited, Doctors Without Borders is setting up a new isolation facility.
There are 60 beds for patients who suspect they have Ebola, but haven't confirmed that with test results yet.
There are also 60 beds for confirmed Ebola patients. On Sunday, MSF moved nine people into beds here.
Every inch of space in a case management center has to be meticulously planned.
Most confirmed cases won't survive.
Families of suspected or confirmed Ebola patients often struggle with their loved one's diagnosis. Keeping in touch, by keeping a cell phone fully charged, makes a big difference.
Kona isn't going to have that kind of luck.
7 p.m. ET — MSF screened the patients waiting under the tree, and those suspected of having Ebola were admitted to the new center, an MSF employee told BuzzFeed.
Jina Moore is the global women's rights correspondent for BuzzFeed News and is based in Berlin.
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