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Sourav Ganguly’s brother Snehasish Ganguly test positive for coronavirus

July 16, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Snehashish Ganguly, who is the secretary of Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) and sibling of BCCI’s leader Sourav Ganguly; tried positive for COVID-19 on July 15 (Wednesday). Snehasish’s swab tried at a private neurotic research center in Kolkata. And he has been conceding in the Belle Vue Clinic for additional treatment. It has found out that he was having fever, around 99-100 degrees Fahrenheit for the last two-three days; following which he chose to experience the test.

After Snehasish have tried positive for the infection, all his relatives including Sourav Ganguly have been put under home isolate. According to the as of late gave amended wellbeing warning, 10-day seclusion have required. In the long stretch of June, Snehasish’s significant other had tried positive for the coronavirus; after which he has moved to his tribal house in Behala where the BCCI boss lives.

Sourav and his sibling live in a similar compound. Likewise Ganguly had commended his birthday on July 8 within the sight of all his relatives. A source near Ganguly family revealed that they live in a similar house. According to convention, he should be in home isolate for a specified period.

Last month there were rumours that the CAB’s secretary has been infected by coronavirus

A month ago there were gossipy tidbits that the CAB’s secretary has been tainted by the novel coronavirus. Nonetheless, Snehashish had given an announcement explaining that the news is bogus and he is totally fit and sound.

He is fit as a fiddle and am doing office consistently. The news doing adjusts about his disease is ridiculous and isn’t normal in these difficult occasions. Expectation that after this, it will immovably put a top on such false thrilling news that is doing adjusts. The announcement gave by Snehasish Ganguly on June 20 read.

In a significant push to fortify isolate offices in the midst of the COVID-19 emergency; the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) conceded Kolkata Police the green sign to set up an improvised isolate focus at the Eden Gardens. The state cricket board has offered the E, F, G, and H hinders for the equivalent; at first and a few pieces of the J Block also whenever required.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh