Wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian team suffering from corona infection Rishabh Bandh He was treated and joined the team yesterday after 10 days of solitary confinement.
The Virat Kohli-led Indian team, which is touring England, is set to play in a five-match Test series. The first Test is scheduled for August 4 at Trent Bridge.
The Indian team was rested for 20 days after the World Test Championship final against New Zealand. Wicket-keeper of the Indian team during this rest period Rishabh Bandh On the 8th he suffered from asymptomatic corona infection.
In another hotel where the Indian team stayed without staying Rishabh Bandh Since he was staying there was no harm to the other players. Subsequently, Rishabh Bandh He was isolated at the hotel and monitored by the BCCI medical team. Isolated for the last 10 days, the corona test at regular intervals was also taken to the Rishabh ball.
Following a series of corona tests, Rishabh tested negative for the ball, prompting doctors to add him to the squad. Furthermore, a heart test was performed on Rishabh’s ball and it was found to be unaffected.
BCCI on Twitter Rishabh Bandh “Hello Rishabh, welcome back to the Indian team,” the photo posted on Twitter said.
Apart from this, Indian bowling coach Bharath Arun, wicketkeeper Virudhiman Saha, Abhimanyu Eeswaran and officer Dayanand Granny were also in close contact with Rishabh. They were diagnosed with coronary heart disease on the 14th. Following this, they were kept in solitary confinement in a hotel in London for 10 days.