A pregnant Fatmata Kabia, 21, shown here in late November, waits for her baby to be born after surviving Ebola in Port Loko, Sierra Leone. Pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to the disease, and their babies rarely survive.
A pregnant Fatmata Kabia, 21, shown here in late November, waits for her baby to be born after surviving Ebola in Port Loko, Sierra Leone. Pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to the disease, and their babies rarely survive. The Washington Post
A pregnant Fatmata Kabia, 21, shown here in late November, waits for her baby to be born after surviving Ebola in Port Loko, Sierra Leone. Pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to the disease, and their babies rarely survive. The Washington Post

In Sierra Leone, a pregnant woman tests the limits of Ebola

January 05, 2015 04:06 PM