Japan's top health experts have acknowledged that the COVID-19 pandemic has entered a fourth wave.
The Indian captain urged his teammates to focus on transferring their good form to the upcoming Pro League matches in Europe and later at this year's Tokyo Olympics.
The organisers face a deluge of challenges and growing uncertainty as the pandemic rages around the world, affecting decisions on everything from athlete safety to spectator numbers to ticket sales.
Five athletes and a support staff have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Sports Authority of India Centre in Bengaluru.
The celebrity couple had got engaged last September.
Carolina Marin and world No. 1 Kento Momota will be the top seeds in the Super 500 event to be held in New Delhi from May 11 to 16.
India, with 15 points from eight games, climbed up to fourth place in the standings.
India now have three women wrestlers, who will now fight for glory at the Summer Games. Vinesh Phogat had qualified through the 2019 World Championship.
Ikee, who won six gold medals at the 2018 Asian Games, was expected to be one of Japan's top medal hopefuls at the Olympics before she was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2019.
The move, however, will not impact the Olympic-bound athletes.