Prince Charles' office refutes Indian minister's Ayurveda link to Covid-192Photo© thequint.com

Prince Charles' office refutes Indian minister's Ayurveda link to Covid-19

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Prince Charles, who came out of self-isolation to remotely inaugurate the UK's first makeshift National Health Service field hospital in London on Friday, recovered from his COVID-19 symptoms by following NHS advice, his office said on Saturday.

Clarence House termed reports from India as false which claimed that the Prince of Wales' recovery after testing positive for coronavirus last week had a link to ayurvedic and homeopathy cure from a resort in south India.

Union Minister of State for Ayush Shripad Naik claimed earlier this week that Isaac Mathai, who runs the Soukya Ayurveda Resort in Bengaluru, told him that his treatment of "Prince Charles through ayurveda and homeopathy has been successful".