"For the second day in a row, Victor Kemey was trying to find a health center that would treat his sick son. The day before, they'd gone to John F. Kennedy hospital in Monrovia, but were turned away by staff who said there weren't enough beds. Overnight, his son's fever worsened.
And so at 6am Kemey brought the boy to the Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Ebola treatment facility on the outskirts of Monrovia. MSF staff told him they didn't have room for new patients and asked him to wait outside the gates.
By 2pm, Victor's son was dead in the back seat of his car."
MSF staff have confirmed that the outbreak is getting worse and that they are having to turn away sick people because they are over capacitated. The World Health Organization has even called for a more vigorous international response to this crisis in Liberia.