Archer Himani Malik, who was a part of an ongoing nationwide camp on the Army Sports Institute (ASI) right here, has examined positive for COVID-19, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) revealed on Thursday however insisted that coaching will proceed.
Following the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) put in place by SAI, all archers who’re a part of the nationwide camp, underwent RT-PCR tests on arrival.
“Of the 23 campers who were tested, one Himani Malik tested positive for Covid-19 while the other 22 came negative,” the SAI stated in a launch.
Malik, who’s asymptomatic, has been admitted to a hospital as a precautionary measure.
“Malik is currently asymptomatic and has been admitted to a hospital as a precautionary measure.””All precautions as established within the SAI SOPs are being adopted to make sure that the camp can keep on in a secure and safe method,” the discharge added.
Last week, a help workers member of the Indian archery crew had additionally examined positive for COVID-19.
Following this, the camp had been suspended for two days — October 31 and November 1.