Parents were forbidden to hug rescued from a cave in Thailand children


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Parents of boys rescued from flooded caves in Thailand, forbidden to hug them. About it reports The Telegraph.

According to the newspaper, relatives of the first four of the rescued children will be allowed to see them in the next few hours, but embrace me or to kiss them will be impossible. The ban will be lifted only after you complete all of the examination. It is noted that the boys look quite healthy, but the doctors are still doing tests to see whether they picked up in the cave any infections, for example, the potentially fatal leptospirosis.

Earlier, on 9 July, the newspaper South China Morning Post reported that on the surface could raise a fifth of the student. It carried her to the ambulance, then drove to the helicopter and have it delivered to the hospital in Chiang Rai.

According to Reuters, the stretcher had already issued a sixth, seventh and eighth man.

8 July in the far area of the cave went to the team of 13 divers, four children managed to get. In the evening the rescue operation was suspended. At the headquarters of the rescue operation said that the oxygen inside is depleted and therefore it was necessary to replenish them.

A group of pupils aged 11 to 16 years and a football coach walked into the cave in the North of the country, when it was dry, but soon after they were inside, the rain has gone, the entrance was flooded and blocked by rocks. Operation on their search lasted for 10 days. People found alive four kilometers from the entrance to the cave. On 3 July it was reported that they will have to sit in the trap until September or October this year — before the end of the rainy season.

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