92 of Madagascar’s 128 Coronavirus patients have recovered, leaving 36 active cases. None of them have died. Madagascar is using their own medicine to treat the disease. Equatorial Guinea’s Deputy Minister of Health, Mitoha Ondo’o arrives there already.#coronavirusghana
President Andry Rajoelina of Madagascar launched a herbal tea named COVID-Organics (CVO) on Monday, April 20
The president claims the concoction cured COVID-19 patients.
The island country had registered 135 infections of the pandemic as of Saturday, May 2, with zero deaths and 97 recoveries.
The World Health Organisation (WHO), however, said there was no proof of a cure for the disease, warning against the widespread use of untested remedies.
Madagascar has sent its locally made COVID-19 “herbal medicine” to 15 African countries in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
President Andry Rajoelina launched the herbal tea named COVID-Organics (CVO), on Monday, April 20, claiming the concoction cured COVID-19 patients.
“Madagascar and its African brothers are united in the response to the coronavirus. It is with honor that we send these CVO herbal teas to the 15 member countries of ECOWAS through Guinea Bissau,”
Madagascar will make Tambavy CVO available to all coronavirus patients in all friendly countries in Africa, in the Indian Ocean and around the world.
Out of the total cases, 97 of them had recovered according to Worldometers, a real-time statistics website.
The herbal medicine, which was developed by Malagasy Institute of Applied Research, contains Artemisia – a plant on the Island used in the fight against malaria.
However, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said there was no proof of a cure for the disease, warning against the widespread use of untested remedies.
Madagascar’s national medical academy (Anamem) also cast doubt on the efficacy of Rajoelina’s touted coronavirus remedy.
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