Madagascar relying on mystery plant to tackle coronavirus: President said ‘’I received a letter saying that Madagascar possesses the remedy (…) cure the coronavirus”

By | April 12, 2020

On Wednesday, President Rajoelina revealed that the Big Island will rely on a mysterious plant to tackle coronavirus.

‘’I received a letter saying that Madagascar possesses the remedy which could – could’ because it still has to be proved – cure the coronavirus,” said the President.

According to him, the letter talks about a complete cure of coronavirus. No details concerning the mystery plant were provided and the identity of the author was kept anonymous.

The president also explained that tests were being carried out with the participation of the local scientists.

 “We are going to carry out tests, and I am convinced that Madagascar will find this remedy. We are going to change the history of the entire world.” Rajoelina added.

As a reminder, Rajoelina had previously made mention of some alternative treatments of COVID-19. However, the UN’s World Health Organization (WHO) warned about such treatments.

 93 people in Madagascar have been infected with the virus but the death toll is still 0.

Earlier this week the Madagascan government extended the nationwide state of emergency for a further two weeks.

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