The President of the Republic of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina announced on 3 May 2020 on the national channel the strengthening of partial deconfinement measures for the Analamanga, Haute Matsiatra and Atsinanana regions. At the same time, the Malagasy government is trying to find an effective solution to combat Covid-19 in Madagascar and seize every possible opportunity to quickly revive the national economy through this alternative that is Covid Organics.
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Boosting the national economy through Covid-Organics
The President of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina, has long defended the choice and effectiveness of Covid-Organics in the prevention and treatment of coronavirus. To accelerate the production of Tambavy CVO, the President of the Republic, also wishes to set up a factory to produce this remedy. Within a month, an artemesia processing plant will be set up. Clinical trials of another treatment protocol: an administration by “injection” of the artemesia-based remedy should also start soon, according to him.
Nous sommes honorés de transmettre ces remèdes à la délégation de #GuineeBissau pour les malades du #COVID19 des 15 pays de @ecowas_cedeao.Declaration of Andry Rajoelina on his twitter account
Merci Président @USEmbalo pour l’initiative de la distribution !
Agissons stratégiquement aujourd’hui pour changer le destin de l’Afrique. pic.twitter.com/XjKjsF39KG— Andry Rajoelina (@SE_Rajoelina) May 1, 2020
As soon as all Malagasy people have received their doses of Covid-Organics, Madagascar will start exporting this product. Several African countries have expressed interest in importing this remedy, according to the head of state yesterday during his speech on the national TVM channel. It should be noted that on 29 April, Madagascar has already supplied a shipment of eleven thousand five hundred doses of CVO to Equatorial Guinea. This shipment contains ten thousand doses of “preventive treatment” and one thousand five hundred “curative treatment”.
“The world is turning towards Madagascar now”, said Andry Rajoelina, President of the Republic of Madagascar in his praise.
Reinforced measures for the next 15 days
J’annonce la prolongation de l’état d’urgence sanitaire pour 15 jours supplémentaires.Declaration of Andry Rajoelina on his twitter account
Ambatovy est mise en quarantaine, il est interdit d’y entrer et d’en sortir.— Andry Rajoelina (@SE_Rajoelina) May 4, 2020
The Malagasy Head of State remains cautious despite the presence of Covid Organics (Tambavy CVO). The Analamanga, Haute Matsiatra, Alaotra Mangoro and Antsiranana regions are expected to respect the gradual deconfinement measures announced on 19 April. Any activity in these three regions will be limited from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. The curfew will be maintained from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Also, the wearing of a mask remains mandatory. The recalcitrant will be sanctioned with community service for half a day starting this Monday, May 4. Public transport and taxis whose passengers or drivers do not wear masks will be impounded.
Flights and maritime transport remain suspended. Public services will continue to operate with the minimum service process, according to the organizations planned by the various ministries. At the private sector level, each company will organize itself and take the appropriate measures for the resumption or continuation of operations.
In addition, the President announces the return to normal life in the other regions of Madagascar. Barrier gestures such as social distancing nevertheless remain in force. Cultural events and family celebrations remain prohibited.