Boys from the soccer team trapped inside Tham Luang cave covered in hypothermia blankets react to the camera in Chiang Rai, Thailand, in this still image taken from a July 3, 2018 video by Thai Navy Seal.
The operation led by British cave divers alongside Thai Navy SEALs will have to return to the cave tomorrow, racing time, dropping oxygen levels and the rains, to rescue the remaining four boys and their coach.
Two of the boys are thought to have lung infections, but there are no serious complaints to report.
He said, "the kids are footballers so they have high immune systems". We've started giving them "medical food" this morning.
"I hope that in some way our words of support may help bring them a little peace and courage in these hard moments of uncertainty and concern".
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Family members have seen at least some of the boys from behind a glass isolation barrier, and Jesada said doctors may let the boys walk around their beds on Tuesday.
It was clear doctors were taking a cautious approach.
Using meditation techniques learned in a monastery where he grew up from the age of 10, Mr Chanthawong is credited with keeping the boys calm through the nine-day ordeal as they waited for rescuers to reach them.
"We have more expertise than yesterday", he said.
It is understood that none of the boys will be discharged for at least seven days.
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The head of the operation, Narongsak Osottanakorn, said rescuers had learned from experience and were two hours faster in bringing the second batch of survivors out as scattered monsoon rains continued to risk flooding the tunnels with water.
A witness told Reuters they saw three people being carried out of the Tham Luang cave on stretchers seperately - this third day of the rescue operation.
The boys and their coach, all from the "Wild Boars" soccer team, became trapped by rainy season floodwater on June 23rd when they had set out to explore the vast cave complex after soccer practice.
Torrential rain struck the cave site on Monday evening and the downpour continued through Tuesday morning, but authorities said preparations for the final rescue mission were unaffected.
"Potentially deadly histoplasmosis - a lung infection also known as "cave disease" and "spelunker's lung" caused by breathing in spores from animal waste - is one of several illnesses that medical experts are anxious the 12 boys and their coach could have contracted while trapped deep in the subterranean system". The safety of the divers, who have meticulously planned the mission, is also paramount. We'll leave the care of the young soccer players to the experts, but if tourism can help the region's economy, then we are so very happy to help promote this part of the world.
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