Para-archer Ankit discharged from hospital, in home isolation for COVID-19

Para-Archer Ankit, who had tested positive for the coronavirus, will spend the next 10 days in home quarantine.

The national camp for the para-archers began at the SAI centre in Sonepat on October 5.   -  Biswaranjan Rout

Para-Archer Ankit, who had been admitted to the Bhagwan Dass Hospital in Sonepat on October 13 after testing positive for the coronavirus , has been discharged. He will remain in home quarantine for 10 days.

Ankit had joined the national camp, which began on October 5, after submitting a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report. He was tested once again on October 12th, as per the SOPs set up for the camp, and the result was positive.

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