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The World Health Organization (WHO) has encouraged individuals not to place their confidence in local untested solutions for coronavirus.

The exhortation comes when at any rate three African heads of state have said they are bringing in enormous amounts of a home grown tonic which the leader of Madagascar says can fix the infection.

Yet, its viability has not been demonstrated by scientific peer view, and even Madagascar’s own national clinical foundation has provided reason to feel ambiguous about it.

In an announcement, the WHO says it invites the utilization of traditional prescriptions in the quest for potential medicines however it cautions that they should initially be powerfully tried.

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Madagascar’s President Andry Rajoelina propelled an item dependent on the artemisia plant a month ago when it had been tried on less than 20 individuals.

He says clinical preliminaries will begin one week from now.

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