Sourav Ganguly is Hemodynamically stable, update from hospital

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, was admitted to the hospital late on Monday evening after testing COVID 19 positive, is stable and maintaining oxygen saturation of 99% on room air; update from the hospital

As reported by hospital, Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian cricketer and captain is in stable condition. On Wednesday, the Woodland Hospital in Kolkata said where his treatment is undergoing. He was already double vaccinated. Tested positive for the COVID 19 Virus and was admitted to the hospital on late Monday evening. The former Indian captain, Sourav Ganguly is reported to be hemodynamically stable. He is maintaining 99 percent of Oxygen saturation on room air and afebrile. He had a good sleep last night and even has had a proper breakfast and lunch. The update from the Kolkata situated Woodland Hospital.

According to the formal official let out from the Woodland Hospital Kolkata stated. Dr. Saroj Mondal, Dr. Soutik Panda, and Dr. Saptarishi Basu take in the medical board. They are taking a close look and checking his health status. The MD and CEO of Woodlands Dr. Rupali Basu has undersigned the release. It is informed that Sourav Ganguly’s sample is also being tested for the Omicron Variant by the doctors at the hospital.


This year the former Indian cricket team captain Sourav was admitted twice to the hospital, earlier this year, he underwent an emergency angioplasty. After having some issues related to cardiac.

Earlier this year Snehasish Ganguly, the elder brother of Saurav Ganguly had also tested Positive for COVID 19 Virus.