Sourav Ganguly underwent the Covid-19 test 22 times

Sourav Ganguly underwent the Covid-19 test 22 times

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has described how difficult it was to organize the IPL in compliance with the Covid-19 protocol. The board had to travel to India-Dubai for work. He has also been in quarantine on several occasions. For this, Sourav Ganguly has done the Covid-19 test 22 times in the last four and a half months. However, not once was positive. He also got a lot of relief.

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Players, supporting staff, BCCI officials of various franchises of IPL have had to go through many difficult paths during this time of the Covid-19 epidemic. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said he had experienced the situation.

“In the last four and a half months, I have had 22 corona tests and never tested positive. There have been a lot of corona positives around me. That’s why I had to do so many tests over and over again. I live with my elderly parents. I had to go to Dubai many times at that time. So I was worried enough. We all have a responsibility to society so that no one among us gets infected, anyone has to be tested more and more. ‘He had to go to Dubai many times during IPL. In this context, he said,

Sourav Ganguly had to undergo a corona test 22 times in the last 4 and a half months. BCCI chief Sourav told a virtual press conference on Tuesday.

‘How many times have I had to travel to Kolkata and Dubai during the IPL. I have to work. I have to go. But there was fear. Since the virus spreads from one person to another unknowingly, there is fear. There were fears. However, not once positive. Every time came negative. I am relieved. ‘

The BCCI could not hold the IPL on home soil amidst Corona’s concerns. IPL has been successfully completed on foreign soil. Even after that, the BCCI’s income from IPL was Tk 4,000 crore.