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We have received a shocking report from Aljazeera news that animal blood sample and plant fluid have been proved to be infected with Coronavirus in Tanzania.

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According to the report, the president of Tanzania, John Magufuli has
dismissed imported coronavirus test kits as faulty. Following a test
result which shows that blood sample of a goat and pawpaw fluid test
positive for covid-19. Additionally, Magufuli made such remarks on an
event in Chato on this past Sunday in North-Western Tanzania.
Thus, addressing the testing kits vividly that they have “technical
errors”. Meanwhile, issues regarding this prove that President John
Magufuli had instructed Tanzanian security forces earlier on to check
the quality of the kits.

So they had randomly obtained blood samples of a goat and sheep and
pawpaw fluid and intentionally assigned them human names and ages.
Hence, they deliberately took those presumed human samples to the
laboratory for testing. This is because, they didn’t want the lab
technicians to know exactly what they were working on. And very
surprisingly, the goat and pawpaw tested positive for covid-19 whiles
the sheep tested negative.

Following the test result, he stated that it simply meant most of the
people who tested positive for covid-19 in Tanzania were false. “There
is something happening. I said before we should not accept that every
aid is meant to be good for this nation” – Magufuli added.

In view of this, John made it clear that he was in talking terms with
the president of Madagascar, Andry Rajeolina, for their coronavirus
herbal medicine. “I have already written to Madagascar’s president and
we will soon dispatch a plane to fetch the medicine so that Tanzania can
also benefit from it,” he said.The herbal remedy, called “Covid
Organics” is made out of Artemisia, a plant cultivated on the Indian
Ocean island. And prepared by the Malagasy Institute for Applied
Research, Madagascar.


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