COVID-Organics: Tanzania, Comoros go for Madagascar ‘virus cure’

by Duke Magazine

Two more African countries have joined the league of fraternity for Madagascar’s acclaimed cure for coronavirus. Tanzania and Comoros confirmed their interest in the herbal cure over the last weekend.

The Comorian president, Azali Assoumani, held a teleconference with his Malagasy counterpart, Andry Rajoelina, and which subsequently led to a formal request for the herbal product to be made available in Comoros. It would be recall that Comoros recorded its first confirmed case of coronavirus on the 30th April, 2020, after a long time of the outbreak, and being among the last two African countries to have a confirmed case. 

Rajoelina posted a screenshot of their meeting on Twitter with the caption which read in part: “He (Assoumani) wishes to benefit from Covid-Organics for Comoros. We will supply them as a sign of solidarity with our brothers in the Indian Ocean!”

Meanwhile, the Tanzanian President, John Pombe Magufuli, while speaking at an event on Sunday disclosed that the country is also very interested in requesting for the herbal cure for the deadly disease hovering across the face of the earth.

He said in his statement:

“I have been in talks with Madagascar. They say they have discovered the medicine for COVID-19. We will send a plane to bring the medicine to Tanzania so that Tanzanians can benefit from it.”

Tanzanian President Magufuli says some of the testing kits donated to Africa are fake. He further said animal, bird and fruit samples secretly sent to the National lab returned positive for the coronavirus – including a bird, a goat and pawpaw.— FERDINAND OMONDI (@FerdyOmondi) May 3, 2020 

Furthermore, the Guinea-Bissau delegation that traveled to Madagascar to get the herbal products have returned back to the country with the products. Equatorial Guinea is noted to be the first country to receive the donation.

The Republic of Congo also followed suit announcing on Saturday that a herbal cure will soon be imported. 

With this seeming cure culminating from Madagascar, President Rajoelina has been appraised by his colleagues across Africa via teleconferencing for the giant stride from the country in putting the spread of the virus to a halt.

During an African Union meeting late last month, President Rajoelina emphatically gave a comprehensive importance of the herbal cure, a variant of which prevents the virus, while the other is for cures. Speaking to colleague heads of state with a bottle of COVID-Organics on his table, he reiterated the viability of the herbal cure.

“There are two treatment protocols (curative and preventive). The state of health of Covid-19 patients who took Tambavy CVO CovidOrganics improved after 7 days and fully recovered after 10 days,” Rajoelina said in an April 30 tweet.

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