Murray decided to withdraw from next month's Australian Open following a positive test for COVID-19 earlier this month.
Putintseva is among 47 players and their entourages who have been asked to isolate for two weeks in their hotel rooms after COVID-19 cases were reported on the two chartered flights that carried them to Melbourne.
Jones suffers from ectrodactyly ectodermal dysplasia syndrome, a condition which meant she was born with three fingers and a thumb on each hand, three toes on her right foot and four toes on her left.
Ankita's defeat means that Sumit Nagal will be the only Indian to compete in the singles event of the first Grand Slam of the season.
The world No. 2 believes the experience of playing at bio-secure tournaments last year will help her get through the 14-day quarantine.
The 24-year-old Queenslander has not played a match since February, opting not to defend her French Open title and also skipping the US Open in New York as the novel coronavirus wreaked havoc on global sport.
The organisers have been forced to tear up a quarantine accommodation plan for international players a month before the Grand Slam following a threat of legal action from apartment owners at a luxury hotel in Melbourne.
The apartment owners at the Westin Melbourne said they had concerns for their health and never agreed to international players quarantining at the Westin, accusing the hotel's management of "ambushing" them with the plan.
Dagmara admitted the charges of match-fixing.
The Swiss maestro's agent Tony Godsick said he was not quite ready to return.