Besides wrestlers Narsingh Yadav and Gurpreet Singh, physiotherapist Vishal Rai has also tested positive for the deadly virus.
Mission Olympic Cell is a body set up by the Sports Authority of India to select athletes who are to get assistance under the Target Olympic Podium Scheme.
Speaking about the Olympic preparations, the 18-year-old said that the Indian players are on the right track.
Jaskaran Singh says he 'learned a lot' playing alongside Manpreet Singh, Chinglensana Singh in India hockey team
Jaskaran added that he would like to have more exposure in the international circuit once the Indian team starts competing again.
SAI said the advertisement also used "logos of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Sports Authority of India and Khelo India, which misled several athletes to believe it to be a government advertisement."
SAI has sanctioned Rs 18 lakh for the camp, which will be the first national camp for the sport since the announcement of the nationwide lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak in March earlier this year.
Sporting activities to resume at SAI centres from 1 November, travel arrangements to be made for trainees' return
SAI also said "athletes who have to travel beyond 500 km will be provided with an air ticket while those athletes who are stationed less than 500 km may travel by Train in 3rd AC."
Boxer Lovlina Borgohain tests positive for coronavirus, misses flight to Italy for training-cum-competition trip
While two other boxers could not travel for other reasons, Olympic quota winner Lovlina missed it after contracting the virus, following a visit to her home town in Assam where she went to see her ailing mother.
The national camp for the para-archers began with eight athletes on 5 October. "To ensure proper treatment and close monitoring of his vitals, he was shifted to the Bhagwan Dass Hospital in Sonepat on Wednesday," SAI said in a statement.
Varun Kumar, who was a part of the FIH Junior World Cup winning India team in 2016, said the SAI and Hockey India ensured that all the COVID-19 protocols and guidelines are followed by the players.
Surender was among six hockey players, including skipper Manpreet Singh, who had tested positive for the deadly virus upon their return to the national camp in Bengaluru in August after a month's break.
SAI to turn best training facilities into TOPS centres of excellence, says sports minister Kiren Rijiju
Both SAI and non-SAI sporting facilities across the country will be earmarked as TOPS NCEOs, depending on the existing centres and performance of athletes at those venues.
All 15 Olympic quota winners will be a part of the camp which will take place at a total cost of Rs 1.43 crore, according to a statement issued by SAI.
In an e-mail to the shooters, NRAI secretary Rajiv Bhatia wrote, "Due to administrative compulsions, the coaching camp proposed from 5th October, 2020 in Rifle/Pistol events at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Ranges, New Delhi is postponed."
SAI also sanctioned the proposal of shooters to procure ammunition so that they can train at their own home ranges due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Tokyo Olympics 2020-bound para-athletes and players in nine disciplines to resume training from 5 October, says SAI
SAI will now allow resumption of activities in nine disciplines — cycling, hockey, weightlifting, archery, wrestling, Judo, athletics, boxing and fencing — apart from para-athletics, para-powerlifting, para shooting, para archery.
COVID-19-affected India men’s hockey players integrated with teammates after recovery, says head coach Graham Reid
The six players, including captain Manpreet Singh, were discharged on 17 August and were kept on quarantine for some more days before joining the team.
India badminton coach Pullela Gopichand says ‘lag from players’ side’ causing delay in sport’s return to action
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) was forced to postpone the Thomas and Uber Cup after multiple teams pulled out due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SAI has approved Vikas' training in the US till 30 November and also sanctioned Rs 17.5 lakh for the stint.
Keeping the current situation of the ongoing pandemic in mind, all players, coaches and support staff would have to undergo mandatory RT-PCR test for COVID-19 before they travel to Hyderabad.