Southforward.com – The twelve teenagers and a Thai coach who was rescued from inside the Cave in that country will return to their homes starting next week.
Quoted from Reuters, Saturday (14/07/2018), Currently they are undergoing intensive treatment at the hospital after being rescued.
This was revealed by Thai Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn in a press conference to the media.
He said if the condition of the 13 people is now getting better. Although some of them experience pneumonia when taken out of the cave.
It said Piyasakol, the 12 Thai teenagers and their trainers will leave the hospital in the northern Thai town of Chiang Rai on Thursday (19/7).
Piyasakol said, some of these teenagers lost weight up to 5 pounds when saved from the cave. But now their weight has increased.
But even if the teenagers are in good health, they will still face challenges. One concern is how they will face fame, given the great attention given from the Thai and foreign public over the case. Moreover, two Hollywood production companies have planned to film the teenagers and their rescue operations from the cave.