Thai Cave Rescue Operation: 8 boys out of 13 people out of the cave in the good mental state

Thai Cave Rescue Operation: 8 boys out of 13 people out of the cave in the good mental state

On Tuesday, an official gave a statement saying that 8 boys are out of the Thai cave. They all are in good physical and mental health and are asking for chocolates. The two of the 8 boys are on antibiotics as they were tested with pneumonia. However, things are under control for them now.

The permanent secretary of the public health ministry Jesada Chokedamrongsuk said that “Everyone is in a good mental state” to a report at the Chiang Rai hospital.

He added, "None of the eight boys has a fever today," It is said to be the clearest updates on the condition of the rescued boys that were stuck for more than 15 days in Tham Luang cave.

However, the boys that are aged 11-16 are said to suffer some sort of long-term trauma or infection that they might have caught in the cave. The long-lasting effect of the ordeal may be seen after everything is back to normal as said by an Expert.
Jesada said that they ran few tested on them such as blood tests and x-rays scan. Through these scans, the two of the boys were diagnosed with the symptoms of pneumonia. The team instantly put them on antibiotics that have worked fine and the boys are in a normal state now.

He added, "They (all the boys) will have to stay in the hospital for one week to wait for their results and to see if anything changes," The Inspectors General of the Public Health Ministry, Thongchai Lertwilairattanapong, said that on Sunday, the first four boys were rescued from the cave are now eating plain and normal food. He said, "They're asking for chocolate. We can see that everything is ok as they're eating well,"

The boys are kept in the quarantine and are under observation. However, the parents of a few boys were able to see them through the glass. The boys will be in observation for a few days before the doctor’s release them.

Thailand and even the other nations are captivated by the ‘Wild Boar’ rescue mission. The 12 boys and their soccer coach were trapped in the cave for more than two weeks due to flooded water. After 10 days of being trapped, they finally were within reach by the divers who provided them food and water in the Tham Luang cave.

The rescuers are rushing to rescue the other boys and coach from the cave. But the heavy rain is complicating the things by reflooding the cave.

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