Outdoor hockey training may be banned

May 21 2020 09:44 PM
Outdoor hockey training may be banned

The practice was going to start after the relaxation of Lockdown-4 in NIS Patiala, but it has been stopped like that. This was done after Cook's positive arrival at the Sports Authority of India (Sai) Center in Bangalore. Recently Cook has died of a heart attack. After this, his report has come corona positive. Also, the entry of the staff who used to come to the NIS centre outside the campus has been banned. NIS Authority officials are avoiding saying anything in this issue. The order of the Sports Ministry is awaited.

The entire campus will be sanitized and the players will remain in their rooms until then. It may take time for outdoor training to begin. Sai has misinformed the reports in which it is being said that about 30 people had attended the meeting with this cook in the past. Sai said, 'There were five people with the cook in the meeting. So the remaining four people have been sent to Quarantine.

10 athletes of athletics are staying with women and men hockey players in the centre. The officer said, 'Everyone will be tested according to the protocol, which will take 24 hours to get results.' It can take five days to sanitize the centre.

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