Malik has submitted a letter to the doctors at the medical facility, saying he did not want to be treated, they said.
He is still on a hunger strike and his health is being regularly monitored by doctors.
Malik (56), the head of the banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), began his indefinite hunger strike on Friday morning.
The chief of the banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front was convicted in a terror funding case by a Delhi court in May and is serving varying jail terms, all running concurrently.
In order to aid inmates of the Tihar Jail reintegrate better with the society after completion of their sentence, the city government will now provide them skill training and educational support.
The apex court was told by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that ED would like to intervene in the plea as it is the investigating agency that is probing the money laundering charges.
The official said the authorities will procure puppies that will undergo training along with two handlers each at the training facilities run by the CRPF, ITBP and the BSF.
Jail officials said that Mailk will also not be entitled to any parole or furlough since he is a convict in a case of terror funding.
Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik will serve out the sentence, imposed on him by an NIA court, at Tihar Jail here, according to Union home ministry and Delhi Police sources.
The Tihar Jail administration said they had earlier planned to involve Sushil Kumar in sports activities, but the plan had to be halted in view of the third wave of COVID-19 in Delhi.
The Tihar jail officials said Ajay Chautala's sentence has been completed and he was released formally on Thursday.
"One inmate of Jail no.1, Tihar, swallowed a mobile phone when our staff approached him for search on suspicion," the DG said.
While he spent 13 months in open custody, Balodi was later sent to Tihar Jail where he remained for a week and then was released after his remaining sentence was suspended, his counsel said.
Shivakumar was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on September 3, 2019 in a money laundering case, and was lodged in Tihar jail from where he was released on October 23.
The apex court also expressed annoyance over the Ministry of Home Affairs not filing an action plan and report on steps taken on the suggestions given by Delhi Commissioner of Police Rakesh Asthana.
Delhi court warns Tihar Jail authorities of criminal action for 'vague' medical report of undertrial
In the health report, the jail authorities apprised the court that no medical status of Narayan could be submitted in view of his release from jail.
Additionally, the services of two contractual employees were terminated. Two officials will be suspended by government.
According to a senior jail official, 28 officials of Tihar Jail number 7 have been suspended while the services of two contractual employees are being terminated.
Judges directed registration of criminal cases against Tihar officials and other unknown persons under relevant provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act, IPC against those involved in collusion.
On December 18, Tihar Jail administration issued a notice to the convicts of the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case to file mercy petition within seven days.