My daughter, Kaira, who has been diagnosed with Ebola, was at her grandmother’s home in Monrovia, Liberia, when she became ill with the virus.

Her father had already returned to Liberia after the outbreak, and she and her husband had taken her and their two children to see him.

“They took my daughter in, we brought her to my grandmother,” Kairan told Al Jazeera.

She was vomiting. “

When she went into the tent, the water came up and she had to drink from a bowl.

She was vomiting.

I was crying, I didn’t know what to do, and I thought that my daughter had died, but she didn’t.”

Kairane and her wife left her alone, and they had a long talk about the risk of Ebola.

I will do everything to protect you.’ “

My father said, ‘My son, you need to stay with us until the end of the Ebola pandemic.

I told my daughter, ‘Kaira have to go to the hospital.’ “

I went and got my father, and he went and took me and my daughter to see my grandmother.

I thought, ‘I’m not going to see her again. “

When I came back, she was still vomiting, but when I took her out, she started to walk again.

I thought, ‘I’m not going to see her again.

You have to take care of yourself.

I need to get to a hospital to see you.'”

In Monrovi, Kailan and her mother had a plan.

“Kairan was afraid to go back home.

I said, let’s go back to the house, she’s going to be very tired,” she said.

“Then I told her, ‘Go and go.

I’ll take you to the [family] doctor.

If he says there is nothing wrong with you, you’re not going.

Kailane said that her grandmother was a strong, hard-working woman, and it was obvious to Kairani that her mother was very worried about her. “

They gave me some medicines, but they didn’t give me enough to take her to the doctor.”

Kailane said that her grandmother was a strong, hard-working woman, and it was obvious to Kairani that her mother was very worried about her.

“She had to give us medicine to take us home, because she couldn’t take care [of] her daughter.

She kept saying, ‘Please take care.

I am very tired and I want to go home.

She needs to rest.

“It was very scary, because we didn’t have enough medicines,” she told Al”

It was very scary, because we didn’t have enough medicines,” she told Al

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