India batsman Karun Nair has effectively recuperated from Covid-19 and is set to take a trip with the Kings XI Punjab team to the UAE next week to participate in the IPL. ESPNcricinfo understands Nair evaluated favorable for the coronavirus just recently, however tested negative on August 8. It is comprehended Nair went into self-isolation for more than 2 weeks prior to clearing the test. Nair will now undergo three more tests as part of the protocol the Kings XI management has actually laid out for the contingent taking a trip to the UAE. Just those who clear the testing process will board the flight on August 20. Nair will be part of a little group in Bengaluru that will board a charter flight that will get a broader set of gamers and personnel from Delhi.Nair has played 14 games for Kings XI across the 2018 and 2019 IPL seasons, scoring 306 runs, including two fifties, at a strike rate of 134.80. Nair is the first high-profile Indian cricketer to have had Covid-19. The pandemic has significantly affected India, which has had more than 2 million cases so far, the third-highest total worldwide behind the USA and Brazil. The pandemic has led the BCCI to move the 2020 IPL season to the UAE.Nair is the 2nd person related to the IPL to have actually been affected by Covid-19 after Rajasthan Royals announced on Wednesday that their fielding coach Dishant Yagnik had actually checked favorable for the coronavirus.The IPL has laid out extensive, compulsory screening procedures including several tests and a week-long quarantine duration upon reaching the UAE prior to groups can begin to train. Also, as per the regional federal government norms, anybody getting in the UAE would require to bring an unfavorable test result taken in the previous 96 hours.