SAI, in a press release, said the coach intimated the result of her COVID-19 test to them on Thursday but since she did not come in contact with any of the shooters, the facility will remain open for training.
The NRAI has appointed High Performance Manager and former India shooter Ronak Pandit as the Nodal Officer in charge of overall co-ordination for hygiene and medical protocols of the camp.
Asian Games 2018: Indian shooters forced to ration ammunition with World Championships scheduled right after Asiad
Back-to-back scheduling of Asian Games and World Championships has forced the Indian shooting contingent to be frugal with the use of live ammunition.
Shooter Heena Sidhu and her coach Ronak Pandit discuss the nuances of shooting ahead of the Asian Games
Heena said, "I have got two team bronze in the Asian Games, and hopefully, I will improve my performance and maybe even get the gold"
Heena is hoping to test her skills and score consistently ahead of World Championships in September, which will also be the first quota event for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Heena Sindhu, 28, won a gold in the 25 metre sports pistol setting up a Commonwealth Games record in April and a silver in the 10 metre air pistol event making it a grand double.
Tracing Shahzar Rizvi's rise from an obscure Meerut village to being the top-ranked shooter in the world
When Shahzar burst onto the international scene, he had no burden of expectations but the tag of World No 1 will have its own pressures. Hopefully, the nerveless youngster can shrug it off and continue to shine in the crucial tournaments ahead.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Manu Bhaker, Heena Sidhu's medals in 10m air pistol a reflection of depth in Indian shooting
Two Indian women — teenager Manu Bhaker and veteran Heena Sidhu — winning gold and silver in the same event is a sign of how much depth there is in Indian shooting at the moment.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Heena Sidhu says tournament is a stepping stone, calls World Championship her target
Least affected by the recent controversies around her, India's pistol ace Heena Sidhu's primary target is the World Championship, as she looks to use the upcoming Commonwealth Games as a "stepping stone" to achieve success in bigger events.
How Shahzar Rizvi overcame 'heartbreak' of missing Commonwealth Games berth to shoot gold at World Cup
"It broke my heart. I was disillusioned. But then my coach Ronak Pandit convinced me to focus on the future," Shahzar said.
If Heena Sidhu can keeps her nerves at the event, drawing on the experience from her previous Olympics and World Cup performances, she has the potential to win a medal in Rio.
No Indian woman has won an Olympic medal in shooting. Shooter Heena Sidhu intends to change that.