Home Health Ghana set to import Madagascar’s COVID-19 herbal cure

Ghana set to import Madagascar’s COVID-19 herbal cure

by The Ghana HIT

Ghana has the intention to import Madagascar’s locally produced COVID-19 herbal cure. With Ghana having 3,091 cases, 18 deaths, and 303 recoveries the government is looking at all avenues to clear the pandemic.

Dr. Badu Sarkodie the current director of Public Health noted that Madagascar has already offered them the herbal medicine. He, however, noted that it will be subjected to several tests by the FDA. The herbal medicine is said to be working well in Madagascar with the country recording zero deaths. However WHO has dismissed the herbal cure and has warned people against locally produced remedies to cure the fast-spreading virus.

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