Sports Authority of India on Saturday expressed concerns after it emerged that protocols are “not being adhered to” during the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi, with some international shooters also “venturing out” into the city, breaching the bio-bubble.

The ongoing tournament, scheduled at the Dr Karni Singh Range from March 19 to 29, was rocked after three shooters, including two from the Indian contingent, tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the day. SAI has asked the NRAI to submit a report on the same.

“Sports Authority of India has been made aware that during the ongoing Shooting World Cup in Delhi the Standard Operating Procedures are not being adhered to at the Games hotel and also some international players have ventured out to public places in the city, thereby breaching the bio bubble,” SAI wrote in a statement.

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