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In this battle, we seek to slow us down, to discourage us or even prevent us from moving forward.


The OMS  has warned against using untested remedies. Regarding the current mediations around the Tambavy CVO, underlines President Andry Rajoelina, that one should not underestimate a possibility of treatment, given the incredible rate of death noted in the world. The problem with the tambavy Covid-Organics does not arise on its formula, says the Head of State Malagasy: "in this battle, we seek to slow us down, to discourage us or even prevent us from moving forward. But nothing will prevent us from advancing neither a country nor an organization (...) We are a sovereign country, "said the President. He added "If it was a European country that had actually discovered this remedy, would there be so much doubt? I do not think so ".


In his arguments, he relies on the proclamations of the French Professor Luc Montagnier (Nobel Prize in medicine in 2008) as well as of the Chinese researcher Tu Youyou who support the conception of Artemisia as an indication of treatment against the pandemic. The Madagascan President informed that clinical surveillance is currently being implemented at regional level to observe the clinical results of Covid Organics in other countries. "We have respected universally accepted ethical standards in clinical studies and research," he promised. Despite the reservations, since the production of the CVO, around twenty countries in Africa have already benefited from a donation to this tambavy from the Malagasy State including 15 member countries of the Economic Community of Development of West Africa (ECOWAS) including Guinea Bissau, to which is added the Democratic Republic of Congo, Niger, Guinea, Equatorial, Tanzania, and Chad.


During his speech to the Malagasy people last night, the President of the Republic, Andry Rajoelina, invokes the upcoming opening of a pharmaceutical factory and a new analysis laboratory in the country which will be inaugurated before June 26 , the sixtieth anniversary of the independence of Madagascar. He wants to make it national pride and representations of sovereignty of the Big Island. "What we are going through today will transform life in the country and change history," he reiterated in the Sunday evening speech.


- Christina R -