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Gangtok, June 24: In events that garnered nationwide attention in a matter of hours, Patanjali’s supposed new Ayurvedic medicine ‘Coronil’ launch followed by the notice of stopping the unverified advertisements to the company from Ministry of AYUSH and Indian Council of Medical Research (IMCR) took the nation by a storm.

The new coronavirus cure was trending in a matter of minutes after the launch. While launching the medicine on live TV, Yoga Guru and co-founder of Patanjali, Ramdev, claimed that 69 per cent of patients recovered within 3 days and 100 per cent in a week or 7 days in their clinical trials of the medicine all over the country.

Ministry of AYUSH that focuses attention for the development of Education and Research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy, jumped in soon after, advising the company to stop advertising and publicising such claims till the issue is duly examined.

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