Madagascar to sign confidentiality clause with World Health Organization on COVID-Organics

Grant Boone
May 22, 2020

He said on Twitter on Wednesday that he had "successful exchange with Dr. Tedros (WHO chief) who commends Madagascar's efforts in the fight against Covid19".

On Sunday Rajoelina urged the public to protect themselves from the novel coronavirus by drinking CVO. "If it were not for Madagascar, but a European country that had discovered the remedy COVID-Organics, would there be so many doubts?"

Madagascar had said the remedy called Covid-Organics was developed by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research (Imra).

Confirming the call, the World Health Organization boss tweeted: "Good call with HE Rajoelina, President of Madagascar, about the #COVID19 situation in his country".

"We hope to count on the solidarity of Madagascar which has made available to us the COVID-Organics", Moise added.

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In an exclusive interview with French broadcasters, France24 and RFI, Rajoelina said his country will continue to administer and develop the cure which accounted for a majority of its recoveries.

He also noted that some herbal medicine producers have submitted products which they believe are potent for the cure of Covid-19, which he said would be subjected to the same testing regime before a decision would be taken. "We have reached out to them [Madagascar]", he said during a programme on GTV.

On local news outlet Citi TV, the Chief Executive Officer of Ghana's Food and Drug Authority (FDA) Mimi Delese Darko said "Yes, we've read about it (the herbal drug) but what we also look out for is evidence so you can not just put a drug or a herbal product on the market without evidence and say it treats a disease".

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