Former Indian cricket captain, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly tested positive for the novel Coronavirus and was admitted to the hospital.
According to the reports, Sourav Ganguly is double vaccinated and participated in several professional activities. Sourav Ganguly was immediately rushed to the hospital on Monday night as a preventive measure after the RT-PCR test was reported positive.
As per reports, he was shifted to Woodlands Nursing Home and undergoing treatment. It is learned that Ganguly was admitted to the hospital twice earlier this year after some cardiac issue. His fans wish him a speedy recovery.
His brother Snehasish told Reuters on Tuesday. "Sourav has got COVID but he is feeling fine," Snehasish said by telephone, adding that the positive result came on Monday night.
India reported over 6,000 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, with the number of deaths rising by 293. About 34.8 million people have contracted the novel coronavirus in the world's second-most populous nation with confirmed deaths of over 480,000.