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Sourav Ganguly tests positive for Covid-19

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has tested positive for COVID-19. As per reports, he has been admitted at a hospital in Kolkata. Worth mentioning here, Ganguly had suffered a minor heart

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has tested positive for COVID-19. As per reports, he has been admitted at a hospital in Kolkata.

Worth mentioning here, Ganguly had suffered a minor heart attack in January this year following which he had to undergo an angioplasty procedure.

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It has been learnt that while there is no cause for alarm and that his condition is stable, 49-year-old Ganguly was advised by medical experts to avoid isolating at home and, instead, get admitted to the hospital, possibly because of some pre-existing health conditions.

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According to the reports, he has been administered both doses of the vaccine against Covid-19.

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First Published: 28th December, 2021 12:57 IST

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