Unfortunately, this claim cannot be objectively verified due to insufficient evidence available at the current time.
The Guardian reported on 24 April 2020 that Metro Bank had frozen the business account of NDY Peters Pharmacy, an NHS pharmacy in Marylebone, without intimation. The co-owner of the pharmacy told The Guardian that the company was in a difficult situation, unable to pay the suppliers and putting public health at risk during the coronavirus crisis. The co-owner of NDY Peters Pharmacy in Marylebone, central London and some other source who did not want their name to be mentioned have also claimed that the bank has frenzied their account. The co-owner has claimed that the bank had done that due to her Iranian descent.
However, the NHS and the Metro Bank have not made any official statement regarding it. We cannot verify this claim because The Guardian is the only source which has reported as such and other news websites have published the same article.