Madagascar, officially called the Republic of Madagascar is the world’s 2nd largest island country and considered as part of Africa. Also Madagascar belongs to the group of least developed countries, according to the United Nations but seems to be ready to change a lot in its history due to it’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic that is currently kneeling down the whole world. Regardless the race actually being conducted among all scientists and health organisations to find a cure to the corona virus, the Malagasy scientist has produced a miracle remedy called the ”Covid Organic”. They claim that the concoction named Covid Organics (CVO) which is a form of herbal tea made from Artemesia Annua can cure COVID-19 patients.
Validated and approved by the President Andry Rajoelina who has recommended the organic concoction to cure and treat the infected patients in the country has surprised the whole world especially the WHO who has warned against any self-medication and said that it has not recommended any medicine as a cure for the COVID-19.
Still, the President Rajoelina said : ”All trials and tests have been conducted and its effectiveness has been provided in reducing and elimination of symptoms from COVID-19 patients in Madagascar”.
Consequently, in his Twitter, Rajoelina asked people to believe in the country’s ability. He said all profits accrued through the sale of the concoction will be diverted to the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (MIAR).
But even with the warnings of the WHO, according to public information office of the Presidency of the Republic of Madagascar, African countries such as Senegal, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Guinea Bissau, have enquired details about the CVO and has ordered already the medicine.
So far in the reports of the 01 may 2020, there is no new case and all patients listed are not more than 132 with a total of recovery estimated at 94 people. The deaths recorded is still at zero and the graphs about the evolution of the disease seems to drastically slowing down as indicated in Worldmeters charts.