Middle-order wicket-keeper batsman of Indian team Rishabh has gotten back with the squad for the forthcoming test series against England on July 29 after recovering from Coronavirus disease. Rishabh Pant was expected to go through an RT-PCR test and echocardiogram test on Monday having finished his quarantine time of ten days according to the United Kingdom’s strict Covid-19 protocol. Rishabh Pant tested positive for the Covid-19 infection during the Indian cricket team’s 3-week break post the 2019–2021 ICC WTC Final last against the New Zealand team in Rose Bowl (cricket ground).
The Indian cricket board’s health team was rushed to quarantine Wriddhiman, bowling coach Bharat Arun, and Abhimanyu Eshwaran as individuals who were in contact with the Indian team’s throwdown coach Dayanand Garani who was additionally tested positive for Coronavirus. They watched out for Rishabh’s health and needed him to return 2 negative Covid-19 tests prior to returning to the Indian team. The Indian cricket board’s medical team was glad to invite him on Twitter in the wake of recovering from Coronavirus and finishing his quarantine.
The 4 members of the Indian cricket team are going through ten-day quarantine and will stay in their individual rooms in the hotel in England. The whole Indian team including family & Kids and warden were managed with the 2nd vaccine dosages of Coronavirus immunization recently in London city. To alleviate any further dangers, the Indian team is taking the rapid lateral flow covid test consistently.
After Rishabh Pant tested Covid positive, the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s Secretary Jay Shah had sent a preventative letter to the Indian team, requesting that the players keep away from congested areas, for example, Wimbledon match and any kind of Euro match. The Indian squad is presently playing a warm-up match against County XI, before the 1st test match of the 5-match series starts on the 4th of August at Nottingham.