It has emerged that the government of Madagascar has offered its widely acclaimed COVID-19 herbal cure, COVID-Organics to Ghana to the country deal with the virus.
The Director of Public Health at the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Badu Sarkodie, made the disclosure today at a press briefing in Accra.
Dr Sarkodie revealed that the offer has been accepted but its usage is subject to the recommendations of the FDA.
“I believe that a quantity might be made available to the country and we will ensure collaboration with FDA.
“They [Madagascar] have to do some assessment and then we take it from there.”
“So, I will not be able to say whether it will be used or not, but I think they have made an offer and we can take a look at it”.
The Ghana Health Service has reported that three hundred and seventy-two new cases of coronavirus have been recorded bringing the national tally to 3,091.
The total number of recoveries also sits at 303 with the death toll still at 18.
Below is the regional breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases.
- Greater Accra Region – 2,579
- Ashanti Region – 165
- Eastern Region – 95
- Central Region – 50
- Volta Region – 30
- Oti Region – 23
- Western Region – 32
- Upper West Region – 19
- Upper East Region – 26
- Northern Region – 13
- Western North Region – 56
- North East Region – 2
- Savannah Region – 0
- Bono Region – 1
- Ahafo Region – 0
- Bono East Region – 0