May 22, 2020 (RB), In a surprise zoom communication on Wednesday between WHO’s Director, Dr. Tewodros and the president of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina, WHO pledged support for the clinical trial of the CovidOrganic in Africa. The herbal medicine has been used in Africa nation of Madagascar for months now. However, it faces criticism from the West due to its unproven content.
The endorsement comes weeks after the WHO cautioned Africa governments not to blindly accept herbal medicine from Madagascar without scientific proof. On his twitter account on Wednesday, Madagascar president expressed his gratitude and shared the good news on his twitter account.
“Successful exchange with Dr Tedros who commends Madagascar’s efforts in the fight against Covid19” declared the president on his twitter account.
The country and the WHO will be in an agreement to sign confidentiality clauses on the formulation of the covidorganic.
“WHO will sign a confidentiality clause on the formulation of the CovidOrganic and will support the clinical observations process in Africa?
The Africa country discovered what they termed “a cure” for the virus two months ago but initially Western Scientists cautioned Africa on the decision to use the traditional herbal medicine known globally for fighting malaria.
African governments recently sent their support and the Africa Union asked member nations to contribute money toward research of the possible cure.
The Africa nation is “putting its self-proclaimed, plant-based “cure” for Coronavirus on sale. Many Africa countries placed their orders for purchase early March, despite several warnings from the World Health Organisation that the remedy needed to be proven scientifically.
Madagascar so far confirmed 405 cases, 131 recovered and 2 death. The country has the lowest death rate for COVID-19 than anywhere else on earth. President Andry Rajoelina attributed this development to CovidOrganic. He argues the world to try it.