Sourav Ganguly health update: BCCI president tests COVID-19 negative, routine ECG satisfactory

Sourav Ganguly had on Saturday complained of chest pain and dizziness while working out at his home gym.

Sourav Ganguly

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly had blockages in three coronary arteries.   -  Reuters

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly is "presently afebrile", according to the latest medical bulletin on Sunday. The former India captain has also tested negative for COVID-19 and undergone a routine ECG (electrocardiogram) test.

"He slept well last night. Presently Afebrile. He had breakfast and tea in the morning. Pulse-72/min, BP- 110/80mmHg, Spo2-98% in room air. Respiratory rate-16/min. Routine ECG done at 10am is satisfactory. Treating doctors are keeping constant vigil on his health situation and taking appropriate measures from time to time," read the statement from the panel of doctors, headed by Dr. Saroj Mondal.

The medical board will meet again on Monday to discuss further course of action.

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The 48-year-old was on Saturday admitted to a private hospital in Kolkata after he complained of chest pain and dizziness while working out at his home gym. Ganguly had to undergo an angioplasty after tests revealed he had suffered a mild heart attack and had blockages in three coronary arteries.