Madagascar is shaken by the Coronavirus disease, which seems to have established its quarters there, particularly in the capital, Antananarivo, re-confined once again due to an explosion of Covid-19 cases. And to think that the Big Island has its Covid-Organics.
Some three months ago, it was inconceivable that the Coronavirus would be hanging around the Big Island, Madagascar, to the point of establishing its “base” in the middle of the capital of this Southern African country, and yet it is the case today. With 3,573 cases of people testing positive for Covid-19, Madagascar is on the verge of panic.
Today, the health authorities are in a state of maximum alert, all the more so as 1,761 people are being treated in the various reception structures on the Big Island. Currently, Madagascar, which has registered 222 new cases of Coronavirus in the last 24 hours, has a total of 33 deaths. This means that the disease continues its most dangerous progression against all the odds.
It turns out that the spread of Coronavirus disease, as dangerous as the virus is, was expected elsewhere, but not in Madagascar, which seemed to have found refuge behind a solid remedy: Covid-Organics.
This remedy, which had received the beautiful anointing from the President of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina, was supposed to prevent and cure the Coronavirus. The Malagasy Head of State had himself given assurances to this effect.
Better still, the leader had managed to convince some of his peers of the effectiveness of this remedy. Thus, the “medicine”, based on Artemesia, was distributed throughout Africa, including Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Congo, among others. While scientists in the different countries that received samples from Covid-Organics are studying the product, we learn that the Coronavirus is spreading its tentacles on the Big Island.
Enough to make you wonder where the famous Covid-Organics, which is supposed to act to prevent as well as to cure Coronavirus disease, is located. On the Big Island, there is a general concern, especially since the capital Antananarivo has been re-confined due to a dangerous spread of the disease.