But the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned the country against using the drink without having it tested properly.
The WHO had for long criticised Madagascar for promoting the herbal remedy and distributing it to African countries.
Late Wednesday President Andry Rajoelina took to Twitter to say he had a successful talk with Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and that the World Health Organization will sign a confidentiality clause on the formulation of Covid Organics (CVO) - an herbal beverage Rajoelina has claimed could prevent or cure the virus - and will support clinical observations in Africa.
He said on Twitter on Wednesday that he had "successful exchange with Dr. Tedros (WHO chief) who commends Madagascar's efforts in the fight against Covid19".
Promoter President Andry Rajoelina drinks from a bottle of Covid Organics at the product's launch on April 22
There has been pressure mounted on government locally to contact the African country for the medication after Andry Rajoelina, Madagascar's President launched it in April. Madagascar enhances the African pharmacopoeia by imposing the virtue of our medicinal plants and the work of African researchers.
This month President Rajoelina responded to critics of his country's much touted herbal remedy for coronavirus.
President Andry Rajoelina in a video conference with Moise said "we have pushed our research through Artemisia, combined with several other plants, which has already proven itself for several years".
The Personal Assistant on Social Media to President Muhammadu Buhari, Lauretta Onochie, has reacted to claims that Madagascar billed Nigeria 170,000 Euros for the COVID-ORGANIC CVO sent to Nigeria.
Rajoelina also said Madagascar will send CVO to Haiti and scientific bodies. "I don't think so".