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Authorities launch probe but opposition, which accuses gov’t of hiding coronavirus information, defends lab director.
Tanzania has suspended the head of its national health laboratory in charge of coronavirus testing, a day after President John Magufuli questioned the accuracy of the tests.
Magufuli, who has consistently downplayed the effect of the virus, said on Sunday he had secretly had animals, fruits and vehicle oil tested at the laboratory. A papaya, a quail and a goat had been found to be positive, according to the president.
The President of Madagascar, Andry Rajoelina has called on all African Nations to quit the World Health Organization (WHO)
Africa has found a medicine against Coronavirus but Europe thinks they have a monopoly of intelligence as such they are refusing to acknowledge it. It is against this backdrop that I invite all African Nations to quit the international organizations in order for us to build ours.
Rajoelina has put his reputation and credibility on the line touting the medicine as a cure. He said it cures COVID-19 in 10 days. →
(NaturalHealth365)As COVID-19 testing ramps up around the world, many people are starting to feel cautious about the results (which, as of May 13, has us up to more than 4.3 million cases and 293,000 deaths). The big question on their minds: does a positive screen actually mean you have the pandemic disease?
It’s a reasonable question to ask, especially when we consider what species have tested “positive” so far for the virus … as well as when we consider that certain entitites may actually benefit from all these positive results. →
Madagascar has embarked on its most ambitious tree-planting drive yet, aiming to plant 60 million trees in the coming months. The island nation celebrates 60 years of independence this year, and the start of the planting campaign on Jan. 19 marked one year since the inauguration of President Andry Rajoelina, who has promised to restore Madagascar’s lost forests. →