The current emergent pandemic is extraordinary and certainly call for diverse actions but the practicability of putting an absolute embargo on the legal standards of medical practice don't seem to be justified. The solution may lie in a separate set of directives being issued in light of the prevalent situation so as to balance the interests of the patients, doctors and other stakeholders.
The Pandemic has severely affected the economy not only in India but worldwide. In view of this pandemic the MCA along with other ministries are continuously taking steps to reduce the burden of businesses towards compliances of laws.
COVID-19 has made the states situation worse in case of revenue collection. they have entirely been made dependent on the centre. the introduction of PM CARES Fund, its contribution as CSR, and GST Compensation all made the centre more powerful as giving it the major source of revenue collection.
An outright ban would defeat the purpose of a ban as it would only create a black market which is more harmful in the long term. However, regulation and taxation could be a solution to reduce the consumer base until scientific evidences prove their health risk,