Sourav Ganguly was freed from a hospital here on Friday after being treated with COVID-19, although he will stay in home isolation for the next two weeks. According to hospital officials, the former captain will be placed in home isolation under the observation of physicians and has not been infected with the Omicron variety.

“Ganguly was released this afternoon. He’ll have to stay in home isolation for the next two weeks as doctors monitor him. The next line of therapy would be chosen after that “According to PTI, a hospital official said. After his RT-PCR test for COVID-19 came back positive on Monday night, the 49-year-old was transported to the Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital as a precaution. “Clinically, he’s in good shape… Dr. Saptarshi Basu and Dr.Soutik Panda will monitor his condition “Dr Rupali Basu, the hospital’s MD and CEO, stated in a release. After being admitted, Ganguly was given “Monoclonal Antibody Cocktail treatment.”

After complaining of heart difficulties, he was rushed to the hospital twice earlier this year and had emergency angioplasty. Snehasish Ganguly, his older brother, had tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this year.