Massive Jubilation As Ghana Receives Madagascar’s Herbal Cure For Coronavirus

Massive Jubilation As Ghana Receives Madagascar's Herbal Cure For Coronavirus
Madagascar's COVID-19 cure

Despite World Health Organization (WHO) cautioning countries against the use of Madagascar’s herbal cure for coronavirus, Ghana has gone ahead and received the herbal remedy called CVO for Coronavirus which is now being tested for efficacy according to Ministry of Information.

The Ministry of Information on its official Twitter handle announced; “We have received the Madagascar cure for Covid19 and we are testing it for efficacy –  @konkrumah #AskTheInfoMinistry #Covid19”.

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So far, Madagascar has confirmed 322 cases of Coronavirus with 119 recoveries and only 1 death which goes a long way to prove that their herbal remedy could be working perfectly against coronavirus.

The World Health Organization (WHO) hasn’t tested and approved Madagascar’s herbal cure as effective treatment for coronavirus and has even warned against its usage since it hasn’t been scrutinised medically.

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African countries including Comoros Island, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Niger, Tanzania, Nigeria, Senegal and Chad have so far received Madagascar’s herbal remedy for coronavirus.

This is good news for Africa!