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Samples of 'Coronil' taken for testing: Uttarakhand Ayurved Dept

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Samples of 'Coronil' taken for testing: Uttarakhand Ayurved Dept

Samples of 'Coronil' taken for testing: Uttarakhand Ayurved Dept

Licence Officer of Uttarakhand Ayurved Department, YS Rawat on notice given to Patanjali Ayurved over their COVID-19 medicine claim, said that in reply to the notice, Patanjali said no 'Corona Kit' has been packaged by them.

Patanjali has printed a representative picture of Coronavirus on 'Coronil' packaging, he added.

"Samples of 'Coronil and 2 other drugs have been taken for testing," Rawat further said.

Today, Patanjali gave clarification on medicine claiming to cure coronavirus saying that it never said to have made any such medicine.

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