WHO Changes Tune on Madagascar Herbal Cure for COVID-19

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Madagascar became the talk of the world when it announced that it had found a herbal cure for the deadly COVID-19. Its President Andry Rajoelinalast introduced the herbal cure of the virus and disclosed that it had worked magic on two patients, and extended the generous offer to the rest of the African continent including South Africa, Comoros Island, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Niger, Tanzania, Nigeria, Senegal and Chad.

“All trials and tests have been conducted and its effectiveness in reducing the elimination of symptoms has been proven for the treatment of patients with COVID-19 in Madagascar,” he had noted.

However, had scientists warned that the herbal cure, retailing using the name COVID-Organics has the potential to damage people’s health as its scientific evidence had not been established. World Health Organization (WHO) in a statement noted that it did not recommend self-medication with any medicines as a prevention or cure for Covid-19, as trial were ongoing to find a cure.

President Andry decided to put the worries into rest by getting in touch with the WHO Director-General Dr.Tedros, so they could work something up. The President recently announced that WHO has agreed to sign a confidentiality clause on the formulation of Madagascar’s herbal coronavirus ‘cure’ and that the organization will also support the clinical observations process for the cure in Africa.

Since its the herbal cure was discovered Madagascar has so far confirmed only 304 COVID-19 cases, with one death and 114 recoveries. Compared to there recovery rate and the number of death in African countries like Kenya, COVID-Organics seems to be working. The one person who passed on had an underlying medical condition. His government has distributed the herb in COVID-19 hotspots and is working with and his government is working with foreign doctors and scientists to study alternative research possibilities.

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