Down with the virus, Pant underwent COVID-19 and cardiac tests on Monday having completed his isolation period of 10 days as per the UK guidelines.
Rishabh Pant has joined the team bio-bubble after recovering from COVID-19 ahead of the marquee Test series against England.
Sources said that the cricketer can join the rest of the team which is currently gearing up for the warm-up game in Durham once the wicket-keeper batsman receives the results of the tests.
Players were on leave, wearing mask not possible all the time: Ganguly on COVID outbreak in Team India
Ganguly reasoned that spectators were also allowed inside the stadium during Euro 2020 Championships and also at the Wimbledon Championships.
When the number of Covid-19 cases spiked in the UK, BCCI secretary Jay Shah had asked the team members to take all precautions and avoid visiting crowded places.
Rishabh Pant and throwdown specialist Dayanand Garani tested positive. Their close contacts -- Wriddhiman Saha, reserve opener Abhimanyu Easwaran and bowling coach Bharat Arun -- are in isolation.
Virat Kohli's comments came as India stumbled to an eight-wicket loss against New Zealand in the final of the WTC at Ageas Bowl.
India currently lead by 98 runs with maximum of 73 overs left in a match where weather robbed two full days of cricket.
Ian Chappell highlighted the difference in approach of both skippers Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli ahead of the WTC final.
As a part of their preparation, Team India is currently playing an intra-squad match to get into the groove ahead of the WTC final.
Pant and Rohit are the joint-holders of the sixth spot in the batting rankings.
A team man to the core, Saha believes that despite his 11 years of stop-start Test career, he has never had any bitter feelings of being left out in the cold at times.
Star India wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant on Thursday received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The suspension of the IPL with an eye on the coronavirus pandemic has seen cricketers head home for a short break.
With only a couple of first innings total in excess of 170 across nine games here, the slow and gripping surface at the MA Chidambaram Stadium tests the skills of the batsmen in a different manner.