WHO Meets African Traditional Medicine Experts For COVID-19 Cure

Before the meeting, WHO had repeatedly warned that the COVID-Organics infusion, which Rajoelina has touted as a remedy against the deadly Coronavirus, has not been clinically tested.

By Saharareporters, New York |

The World Health Organisation says it met with 70 traditional medicine experts in a bid to find a cure for the Coronavirus pandemic.

WHO African Region made this known via its Twitter handle on Tuesday.

The health organisation said an agreement was reached with the herbal medicine experts on clinical trials of their remedies.

The meeting is coming days after Madagascar said it found herbal remedy capable of curing the disease.

@WHOAFRO tweeted, “70 traditional medicine experts from countries across #Africa held a virtual meeting with @WHO on the role of traditional medicine in the #COVID-19 response. They unanimously agreed that clinical trials must be conducted for all medicines in the region, without exception.”

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