The chairman of the Indian Cricket Control Council (BCCI) and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has been released from Kolkata hospital after being treated with COVID19, hospital sources have told NDTV.
Ganguly will remain in home isolation for 14 days. Sources said Ganguly’s test results came back negative today and all of her parameters are normal. According to the PTI news agency, Ganguly was not infected with the Omicron variant.
The former Indian cricketer was admitted to Woodlands hospital on December 27 after testing positive. “We released Ganguly this afternoon. He will have to be isolated at home for the next fifteen weeks under medical observation. After that, the next treatment will be decided,” a hospital official told PTI. Doctors said he received “monoclonal antibody cocktail therapy”.