All 13 survivors found to be in good health

The Overbrook Hospital, Chiang Rai

The Overbrook Hospital, built in 1903, on Singhakhlai Road, Chiang Rai. Photo: Iudexvivorum.

All the 12 young Wild Boars footballers and their coach who have been rescued after being trapped for two weeks in Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai were this morning pronounced to be in good health, with some already starting to eat normal foods and walking unaided.

Speaking at a press conference, Dr. Thongchai Lertvilairattanapong, a health inspector of the Public Health Ministry, said the last group of five survivals brought out in a dramatic rescue operation yesterday were found to be in normal health conditions. “They have normal temperatures and blood pressure. Only one of them has signs of lung inflammation,” he said.

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By Thai PBS

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