England fast bowler Jofra Archer has been approved to join the team for the last and third Test of the series against the West Indies.
Archer had violated the Biological Safety Protocol after the first Test match after which he was dropped from the second Test and was kept in isolation at the hotel for five days due to security.
England and the West Indies have a three-Test series going on in the outbreak of the Coronavirus. This series is being conducted under the Biological Safety Protocol. Archer did not go to the hotel after the test from Southampton and went to his home and violated the protocol.
Due to this the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) excluded him from the second match and kept him isolated for five days.
According to the rules, Archer was tested twice during this time and both the reports have been approved to join the team for the third test when the report comes negative.
The third and decisive match of the series between England and West Indies will be played in Manchester from 24 July.