Head coach Rahul Dravid tested negative for COVID-19 and has joined the Indian team ahead of the much-awaited Asia Cup opener against Pakistan in Dubai on Sunday.
The batting great, who had tested positive for the virus ahead of the team's departure for the continental tournament in a routine test, has fully recovered from the condition.
The former India skipper did not travel with the team after testing positive and the BCCI appointed NCA head VVS Laxman as India's interim coach.
"Team India Head Coach Rahul Dravid has tested negative for COVID-19 and has joined the team in Dubai. Interim coach, Mr VVS Laxman, who was present with the team in Mr. Dravid's absence, has returned to Bengaluru to oversee the India A programme," read a statement from the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
Since returning positive in the test, conducted on August 23, Dravid was in home isolation.
Earlier, BCCI secretary Jay Shah released a statement that Dravid had mild symptoms of COVID-19.
"Team India Head Coach Rahul Dravid has tested positive for COVID-19 in a routine test conducted ahead of the team's departure to the UAE for Asia Cup 2022.
"Dravid is under the supervision of the BCCI Medical team and has mild symptoms. He will join the team once he returns with a negative COVID-19 report," the statement read.