Madagascar Launches Herbal Tea That Cures Coronavirus In 7 Days
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Madagascar Launches Herbal Tea That Cures Coronavirus In 7 Days



Story by Carlos Afanou

It was a nationwide celebration as Andry Rajoelina, President of Madagascar has officially launched a medicine the Madagascars’ health researchers believes can prevent and cure of cover-19

Presenting the medicine, Andry Rajoelina said that

“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,” the president said.

The president has ordered that ‘COVID Organics’ is a mandatory for children returning to school on Wednesday after it had cured two COVID-19 cases.

“The ‘COVID Organics’ will be distributed free of charge to our most vulnerable compatriots and sold at very low prices to others. He said all profits accrued through the sale of concoction will be diverted to the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (MIAR),” the president wrote on Twitter.

But the World Health Organization (WHO) in a statement has warned against any self-medication and said that it has not recommended any medicine as a cure for the COVID-19.

Notwithstanding, the WHO warning, a large number of Malagasy people are flocking to the free distribution points while others are still expressing skepticism. President has directed that drink will be distributed free of charge to the most vulnerable and sold at very low prices to others.

“I’m convinced that, in fact history will prove us, but today there are already two cases that have been cured with the ‘COVID Organics’, but we’ll actually see what happens next. ‘COVID Organics’ will be used in prophylaxis, i.e. preventive, but clinical observations have shown a trend towards its effectiveness in curative, other clinical studies are currently underway,” he stressed at the launch.

The president has previously made claims about herbal remedies despite scientific opinion that there is currently no cure for COVID-19 and that any experimental formula should be rigorously tested to see if it is safe and effective.

As of April 30, Madagascar has 128 positive cases of which 75 had recovered with no deaths.
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