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Rishabh Pant joined Team India after beating Corona, BCCI shared picture

Highlights

  • Pant was infected with Delta 3 variant in England
  • Team India is currently playing a practice match
  • KL Rahul is playing in the practice match instead of Pant.

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Rishabh Pant, the wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian cricket team, has joined the team’s bio bubble ahead of the Test series against England after recovering from the corona infection. Pant, who was found to be Corona positive, has completed a 10-day quarantine.

Pant’s two RTPCR reports have come negative. The BCCI tweeted on Thursday with Pant’s picture, ‘Hello Rishabh Pant. Nice to have you back.

Pant was staying at an acquaintance’s house when he was found positive. According to sources, he was infected with the Delta 3 variant after seeing a dentist. Earlier there were reports that he had contracted the infection after watching a Euro Football Championship match at the stadium.

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After Pant tested positive, BCCI secretary Jay Shah wrote to the Indian team requesting them to avoid overcrowding at Wimbledon and Euro matches. Currently, the Indian team is playing a three-day practice match against County XI in Durham.

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Pant is out of this match. In the practice match, KL Rahul was given a chance in place of Pant, who caught it with both hands. Rahul made his best preparation felt by scoring a brilliant century. The first Test between India and England will begin in Nottingham on August 4.

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