England vs India: Rishabh Pant recovers from COVID-19 infection and joins Team India’s Bio-Bubble


Rishabh Pant joined Team India after recovering from COVID-19.© Instagram

Indian wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant has joined the team’s bio-bubble after recovering from COVID-19 ahead of the marquee test run against England. Pant, who had tested positive for the virus, completed a 10-day isolation period, followed by two negative reports by RT-PCR and an appropriate cardio workup which are mandatory before joining the team. “Hello @ RishabhPant17, nice to see you again,” BCCI said in a tweet, along with Pant’s photo, Thursday.

Pant had tested positive while staying in Southall with an acquaintance.

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He had developed mild symptoms and tested positive for COVID-19 when tested.

According to sources, Pant could have taken the Delta 3 variant during a visit to a dentist for a toothache problem, contrary to previous reports that his presence at the European Championships could have caused him to catch the ‘infection.


After Pant tested positive, BCCI secretary Jay Shah sent a warning letter to the Indian contingent, asking players to avoid overcrowded gatherings like Wimbledon and Euro matches.

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The Indian team are currently playing a warm-up match against a County XI team in Durham, ahead of the first test of the five-game series on August 4 in Nottingham.

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