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Sunday, May 17, 2020

"Madagascar Should Not Claim To Have COVID-19 Cure" - Daddy Freeze Reacts

"Madagascar Should Not Claim To Have COVID-19 Cure" - Daddy Freeze Reacts


Daddy Freeze has react to the claim of Madagascar that they have the cure to the novel virus, COVID -19. He was on the standpoint that with about 80 percent recovery rate from the virus, people can still get better whether they use the "cure" or not.

He wrote...

Without submitting their findings to rigorous peer review, there is little difference between Madagascar’s healing potion and this pastor’s Covid19 healing oil.
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It’s unfair and totally hypocritical for us to reject the pastors claim, because it’s ‘unverified’ while we embrace an equally ‘unverified’ Madagascar potion.
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With one Covid19 Death now recorded in Madagascar, Some will argue that malaria drugs heal malaria, yet people still die.
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Well, there is a world of difference between Malaria medications and this Madagascar potion. Malaria drugs are put to rigorous peer review tests in controlled environments before they are released as ‘cures’ and they definitely don’t have success rates of 40.2% like Madagascar has, where they have so far cured only 114 out of their 183 confirmed cases.
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Another argument people are raising is that the woman who died in Madagascar was 57 years old, had both Highblood pressure and diabetes. This does not work in Madagascar’s favor, as these are the ‘vulnerable’ people we NEED a cure for and are the very ones we are protecting by the lockdown and mask wearing.
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So if the Madagascar potion can’t cure the vulnerable, who is it now curing? The 80% of the population that would get well by themselves regardless of whether they use the pastor’s healing oil or the Madagascar potion?🙄
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Another argument people are submitting is; “They tried now.” Unfortunately, with medicaments, ‘tried’ isn’t good enough, as the 40% success rate so far is below average!
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A 98 year old woman recovered in the Lagos isolation centre, why aren’t we applauding that?🙄
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Madagascar cannot claim to have a cure so far, when naturally 80 percent of the population will get well without any ‘serious ‘ medication. 🤷‍♂️
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I’m not suggesting that we shouldn’t take their remedy serious as part of a viable treatment. However, claiming it’s a cure is mediocre and premature, as so far, statistically and scientifically, it has the same potency as the pastor’s oil.
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This can definitely improve or deteriorate over the coming weeks as more people get cured and their medication is put to strict peer review tests in controlled environments.

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