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Jofra Archer was included in the England team for the third Test after being dropped from the second game.
Archer was left out of the second Test in Manchester after it was revealed he had broken the bio-secure bubble protocol following the end of Southampton Test.
The England and Wales Cricket Board's statement came as the hosts' quest to level the three-match series at 1-1 was frustrated by rain washing out the whole of the third day's play in Manchester.
Archer was on Thursday dropped from the second Test against the West Indies for breaking the team's bio-secure protocol and will now undergo two COVID-19 tests during a five-day isolation period.
Jofra Archer excluded from second Test against West Indies for breaching team's bio-secure protocols
Extending an apology for his action, Archer said he put the whole team and management in "danger" and he has "let both teams down".
West Midlands Police tweeted the 27-year-old Ivory Coast winger to say they would look into the abuse and hours later confirmed an arrest.
Jofra Archer will undergo a second round of COVID-19 Test before joining the national team's training camp in Southampton.
With killing of African-American George Floyd by a white policeman in the United States, the sporting fraternity has joined the worldwide campaign against racial discrimination.
In his column, England fast bowler Jofra Archer lauded his team for its diversity and said, 'We all live in the country and if you are English, you have as much right to play as anyone else.'
The 25-year-old fast bowler published a photograph of the medal on a bed with the caption: "Randomly searching the guest bedroom and boom."
Archer has "gone mad" searching for his World Cup winners' medal that got misplaced while he moved into a new house during the coronavirus-forced lockdown.
Jofra Archer said he is delighted to be part of the Sussex as the club gave him a platform to showcase skills.
England is scheduled to tour Sri Lanka to play two-match Test series, commencing from March 19.
Jofra Archer was targeted by racial abuse on the final day of the first Test between England and New Zealand in November.
Archer was forced to miss the ongoing second Test at Newlands because of the injury.