“I look ahead to utilising this time to get well and are available again stronger than earlier than,” she stated in a tweet.
Ace Indian sprinter Hima Das, who’s making a comeback from a hamstring harm, on Wednesday revealed that she has examined optimistic for COVID-19, however is in a steady situation and is presently in isolation.
“I want to inform everybody that I’ve been examined optimistic for Covid-19. I’m steady and in the intervening time in isolation. I look ahead to utilising this time to get well and are available again stronger than earlier than,” Ms. Das tweeted.
“A mild reminder for everybody to remain secure and put on masks,” she added.
Ms. Das, 21, had reported to the nationwide camp at Nationwide Institute of Sport (NIS) in Patiala lately.
She couldn’t make the minimize for the Tokyo Olympics after lacking the 200m qualification mark of twenty-two.80s as she clocked 23.21s within the Federation Cup in March this 12 months.
The hamstring tear later spoilt her Olympic qualification possibilities within the Nationals as nicely.
Ms. Das had turn out to be the primary Indian sprinter to win a world title when she triumphed within the 400m occasion of the World U-20 Championships in 2018, clocking 51.46.