The SAI has come up with colour codes and all visitors will also be screened for any symptoms that suggest COVID-19
Among them will be wrestlers from 74kg in men's freestyle. The weight category has always been in the spotlight for the past couple of years due to presence of two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kuma
A few wrestlers including Tokyo-bound Vinesh requested the WFI to allow their personal staff to accompany them in the camp.
National camp for men wrestlers, which commenced on September 1 at SAI centre in Sonepat, has been extended till December 31.
Earlier, the federation along with the SAI had planned to start the camp on October 1.
While coaches feel they have to follow instructions, wrestlers are not amused with the decision as they believe camp will not serve the purpose if sparring is not allowed.
A final decision in this regard could be taken on Monday after consulting stakeholders, including the wrestlers and support staff.
Given the reluctance especially after the COVID-19 scare at the centre, WFI has decided to name replacements only after the wrestlers give their consent.
On Thursday, three wrestlers - Deepak Punia (86kg), Navin (65kg) and Krishan (125kg) - tested positive for Covid-19 in Sonepat.
The only woman wrestler to have qualified for Tokyo Olympics, Vinesh said she would prefer to be in isolation for some time.
Bajrang said grapplers like him, who have already sealed their tickets for the Olympics, have a clear goal and mind-set -- prepare for the pinnacle of the sport in the best possible manner.
AMID much fanfare, the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) announced annual central contracts for Indian wrestlers in November 2018.
Many core grapplers hesitant to join, wish to practice at home till end of July and reassess.
In a bizarre move, the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) decided to terminate women’s coach Andrew Cook’s contract three months before its deadline.
While the first phase will last four days, the next is for a developmental squad.