While Kohli, who now lives in Mumbai, posted a photo on instagram, Ishant and his wife Pratima, a former India hoopster, also uploaded their selfie infront of a vaccination centre.
"Thankful for this and grateful for all the essential workers.
Happy to see the smooth running of the facility & management.
Let's all get vaccinated at the earliest," Ishant wrote on his twitter handle.
The Indian team will be leaving for England on June 2 for a three and a half month tour, comprising of six Test matches including the World Test Championship final against New Zealand.
In order to ramp up the coronavirus vaccination drive in the country, the Centre had last month announced a 'liberalised and accelerated' Phase 3 strategy of COVID-19 vaccination from May 1.
Now, everyone above the age of 18 are eligible to get COVID-19 vaccine.
Earlier in the day, Experienced India leg-spinner Piyush Chawla's father Pramod Kumar Chawla after battling COVID-19. He was around 60 years old.
India is in the midst of its worst-ever health crisis in last 70 years with the country recording 400,000 cases on a daily basis with at least 4000 deaths on an average.