BCCI President Sourav Ganguly in his recent interview revealed that he underwent 22 COVID19 tests in past four and half months.
“I must tell you I have got tested 22 times in the last four and half months and not been positive even once, I have had cases around me, so that probably forced me to get tested myself,” Ganguly said at a virtual media conference organised by Livinguard AG, a hygiene technology brand he endorses.
“I stay with elderly parents and I have travelled to Dubai and in the initial part, I was very worried, not just for me, but the community. You don’t want to spread it to somebody else because people are looking up to you,” he added.
He also opened up about organizing IPL during this unprecedented time.
“We had about 400 people staying in the bio-bubble, 30-40 thousand tests have happened over a period of two and half months to make sure that everyone is safe and healthy,” he said.
He also opened up about resuming the domestic tournaments.
“Our domestic season will start very shortly. England is touring India for four Test matches, three ODIs and five T20s, it is a lot easier having bi-laterals because the number of people are less,” he concluded.