The first Test between England and West Indies is scheduled to start from July 8, followed by the next two matches of the series in Manchester.
The Indian skipper is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that he remains fit physically and mentally during the pandemic.
Archer has come up the ranks since he made his debut a year ago.
The decision by the ECB of showing solidarity to the black community came after the West Indies side announced that they would be wearing 'Black Lives Matter' logos on their playing jerseys.
India has been at the receiving end twice.
In the statement released by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), it was informed that Sam was tested for novel coronavirus and he will not be a part of the practice match.
The incident took place during the 1972 County match between Essex and Derbyshire.
Percy Herbert was the maternal uncle of Percy Hendren.
He also expressed confidence that Pakistan will beat England in the upcoming three-match Test series.
After missing the first Test, the England skipper is expected to join back the squad for the final two Tests.