Madagascan President Andry Rajoelina has officially launched a medicine he believes can prevent and cure patients suffering from COVID-19.
Developed by the Malagasy Institute of Applied Research and branded COVID Organics, President Rajaolina presented the so-called remedy to the press on Monday. It contains Artemisia, a plant cultivated on the Big Island to fight against malaria.
“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.
President Macky Sall of Senegal place a command for Madagascar’s COVID ORGANICS, thereby publicly endorsing the revolutionary herbal drug produced by the latter to combat the deadly virus. The President of DRC did same, which means there are now three African countries that support CVO. Covid organics is currently being distributed in large quantities in Madagascar, with particular attention to the school kids who have resumed classes.
DRC president places order for 5000 bottles of CVO from his Malagascar colleague.”We will not wait that the WHO dictate to us what we must do after 60 years of Independence”, H.E Félix Tschisekedi, Président of DRC.
Resumption of classes went effective on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 (of examination classes).The 7th graders will resume on Monday April 27, 2020.
Schools will however have to respect certain measures, for example, One student per bench.Covid Organics will also be distributed free of charge to students to strengthen their immune systems, as announced by President Andry Rajoelina.
It should be noted, however, that the students of private schools, especially those of Catholic schools, have not all resumed. The heads of Catholic establishments are waiting to hold a consultation meeting with the parents of pupils to take adequate measures with regard to the health protection of pupils.
Donald Trump offers $ 2.5 million to Madagascar to develop the Covid-19 remedyIt is the US Ambassador to Madagascar who gave the news on April 21, 2020. The diplomat expressed his country’s solidarity in relation to the coronavirus disease.
“This money will be used to strengthen the health response across the country,” says Micheal Pelletier.
The US diplomat affirmed that the United States “has invested more than 1.5 billion USD in development and emergency aid, including nearly 700 million USD in health assistance alone” over the past twenty years. So it’s a partnership that has been going on for decades.
“This contribution to the fight against the Covid-19 demonstrates our solid and continuous partnership“, he added.