Para-athletics coach Gajender tests positive for COVID-19

Gajender is the coach and husband of para-athlete Simran, who is training at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi.

Press Trust of India December 08, 2020 14:37:47 IST
Para-athletics coach Gajender tests positive for COVID-19

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New Delhi: Para-athletics coach Gajender has tested positive for COVID-19 and is under home quarantine, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) said on Tuesday.

Gajender is the coach and husband of para-athlete Simran, who is training at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here.

"Gajender who is the coach as well as husband of Para-athlete Simran training at New Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium tested positive for the coronavirus," SAI said in a release.

Simran, on the other hand, has tested negative.

"He is asymptomatic and in stable health condition," the release added.

The couple has been placed in home quarantine.

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