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CONFIDENTIALITY CLAUSE: Madagascar to sign confidentiality clause with WHO on COVID-Organics.

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President Andry Rajoelina said Madagascar will sign a confidentiality clause with the World Health Organization (WHO) on the formulation of COVID-Organics.
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President Andry Rajoelina said Madagascar will sign a confidentiality clause with the World Health Organization (WHO) on the formulation of COVID-Organics.

Rajoelina disclosed this after a teleconference with WHO boss Tedros Adhanom Ghabreyesus on Wednesday, May 20.

Making the announcement through his Twitter handle, he said the WHO had agreed to support the country’s clinical observation process, of the purported cure for the coronavirus pandemic.

“Successful exchange with Tedros who commends Madagascar’s efforts in the fight against COVID-19,” he posted on Twitter.

“If it were not for Madagascar, but a European country that had discovered the remedy COVID-Organics, would there be so many doubts? I do not think so…,” he added.

Confirming the call, the WHO boss tweeted that he had a good call with Rajoelina about the COVID-19 situation in his country.

“We discussed how to work together on therapeutics research and development. And we agreed that solidarity is key to fighting the pandemic and keeping the world safe,” he said.

This came days after Rajoelina delivered a scathing verdict of persons who ad increasingly spoke against the country’s purported traditional cure for COVID-19.

In an exclusive interview with French broadcasters, France24 and RFI, Rajoelina said his country will continue to administer and develop the cure which accounted for a majority of its recoveries.

“We have 171 cases, including 105 cured. The patients who were cured took only the COVID-Organics medication,” he confirmed.

Asked about warnings issued by WHO, ECOWAS and Africa CDC, he dismissed them stressing that the warnings are meant to detract and discourage progress of the drug.

“We say bad things about the Tambavy CVO product when it only does good. They want to slow us down, discourage us, forbid us to move forward …” he stressed.

The Indian Ocean nation has confirmed 371 COVID-19 cases, with two death and 131 recoveries, according to data compiled by the US’ John Hopkins University.

On Sunday, May 17, Rajoelina urged the public to protect themselves from the novel coronavirus by drinking CVO.

Madagascar has sent CVO to several African countries including Comoros, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Niger, Tanzania, Nigeria, Senegal, and Chad.

SOURCE: MSN NEWS……..IMAGES: GETTY