National Institute of Sports worker exams optimistic for COVID-19 in Patiala: SAI

New Delhi, August 18

The catering supervisor of the National Institute of Sports (NIS) in Patiala, who was in necessary quarantine after arriving on the facility from Lucknow, has examined optimistic for COVID-19.

The Sports Authority India (SAI), with out giving the title of the person, stated he has been shifted to a COVID-19 care centre as per protocol.

“He along with two other officials had reported back to NIS Patiala after availing leave and were quarantined as per guidelines of Local Health Department and tested for COVID-19 upon arrival,” SAI stated in a press release.

“While the other two employees tested negative, the catering manager’s test results came out positive for the virus, and he has thus been shifted to a COVID Centre for better treatment and as a precautionary measure.”

The SAI stated that since he was in quarantine, he didn’t work together with others on the institute.

On Monday, an worker of the State Bank of India department inside NIS had examined optimistic.

But SAI insisted that there was no menace to the continuing camps because the athletes, coaches and help workers are confined to the inexperienced zone within the colour-coded campus. The financial institution is within the crimson zone.

Currently, the nationwide camps for boxing, weightlifting and athletics are underway on the NIS. PTI

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