Some pharmacies in Cameroon’s major towns and cities have been flooded with chloroquine described as fake by the national drug quality control laboratory in Cameroon.
To this body, the high circulation of chloroquine in Cameroon follows false information that it treats coronavirus.
Medics are equally calling on Cameroonians to avoid auto medication and the consumption other things not approved medically.
Some Cameroonians have resorted to the consumption of local products like ginger, palm oil, gallic amongst others as coronavirus treatment.
As the number of infected coronavirus patients rises to over 220 as of April 1st 2020, many Cameroonians are desperately looking for ways to stay safe from the deadly pandemic.
Mimi Mefo Info.