Reshab Pants, the batter of the Indian cricket team’s wicket keeper, has returned with the team for the England test series on Thursday after recovering from COVID-19. The pants were scheduled to undergo a COVID-19 and heart test on Monday after completing a 10-day quarantine period according to UK guidelines. Pants tested positive for the virus during a 20-day break for the team after the World Test Championship final against New Zealand in Southampton.
“Hello @ RishabhPant17, I’m glad I came back to #TeamIndia,” BCCI tweeted with a photo of RishabhPant. Pants that did not stay at the team hotel during the 20-day break tested positive on July 8. He was asymptomatic and isolated. He was closely monitored by the BCCI medical team and was in the process of recovery.
— BCCI (@BCCI) July 21, 2021
“He will be able to join Durham’s team after returning two negative RT-PCR tests,” BCCI said in a statement.
The BCCI Medical Team also contacted bowling coaches Barrat Arun, Wriddhiman Saha and others as close contacts for Dayanando Garani (slowdown specialist and masseur) who was at the team hotel when the RT-PCR test tested positive on July 14. Identified Abhimanyu Easwaran.
The four staff will be quarantined for 10 days and will remain in their respective rooms at the Team Hotel in London. A second COVID-19 vaccine was given in London earlier this month to the entire Indian delegation, including traveling families and caretakers. To further mitigate the risk, the Indian delegation conducts daily immunochromatography.
Rishabh Pant joins Durham’s Team India Bubble after recovering from COVID-19
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