Sourav Ganguly’s daughter Sana Ganguly tested positive for COVID-19 – Sana Ganguly, Sourav Ganguly’s daughter, tested positive for COVID-19 just a few days after her father did. She has been placed under house confinement.
Roughly ten days after BCCI President Sourav Ganguly tested positive for COVID-19, whose daughter Sana Ganguly has also tested positive for Coronavirus. According to reports, the former captain’s daughter is currently being held in her house. Meanwhile, Dada was discharged from Kolkata’s Woodland hospital on Friday, December 31, after testing negative for the virus.
Ganguly was hospitalised to Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital in Kolkata on December 27 after testing positive for COVID-19. According to the Woodland hospital’s health report, the former India captain underwent “Monoclonal Antibody Cocktail treatment” on the very same night he was admitted. According to the hospital, Ganguly was “haemodynamically stable” and was being closely monitored by a team of doctors that included Dr. Saroj Mondal, Dr. Saptarshi Basu, Dr. Soutik Panda, Dr. Devi Shetty, and Dr. Aftab Khan.
On Monday, December 27, ANI reported that BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has found positive for COVID-19, following the hospital’s official declaration.
“Mr Sourav Ganguly, BCCI President and former Indian cricket captain, was admitted to Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital in the late hours of December 27, 2021, with a Covid Positive status. On the same night, he underwent Monoclonal Antibody Cocktail therapy and is now hemodynamically stable. A medical board comprised of Dr Saroj Mondal, Dr Saptarshi Basu, and Dr Soutik Panda, in conjunction with Dr Devi Shetty and Dr Aftab Khan, is closely monitoring his health “Please read the statement.
Afterwards, just on third day, the hospital provided an update on the Bengal Tiger’s condition, reporting that he was hemodynamically stable and had good oxygen levels.
Dr. Rupali Basu, MD and CEO of Woodlands Hospital, stated in a press release issued on December 30, 2021, “Mr Sourav Ganguly, BCCI President and former Indian cricket captain, is still hemodynamically stable, afebrile, and has an oxygen saturation of 99 percent on room air on the third day of his admission. He slept well the night before and ate breakfast and lunch.”
Ganguly, but at the other hand, was brought to the hospital twice earlier this year after experiencing chest pains at his Kolkata home. Ganguly is alleged to have had a heart attack at home while exercising out. He got a right coronary angioplasty for the same reason. Ganguly was brought to the hospital again a few days ago after complaining of chest pain. He received a second round of angioplasty on January 28. Ganguly got both doses of COVID-19 immunisation a month later.