Thai football group rescued: First video of boys recuperating during sanatorium released

The initial video expelled given a rescue of a ‘Wild Boar’ soccer organisation on Jul 10 shows a 12 boys protected in a hospital. Their soccer manager is not seen in a video.

The boys, seen fluttering and flashing a V pointer in a video, were roughly joined with their parents, yet distant by a potion divider, a precautionary magnitude taken to equivocate any infections, that might have been picked inside a cave. Many have already been diagnosed with lung conditions.

The FIFA president Gianni Infantino invited a boys during a World Cup final in Russia if they done it out on time, however, with 10 days in a sanatorium and a month of recovery, seems like this offer might be taken adult in another tournament. The organisation was trapped in Thailand’s Tham Luang Nang Non cave for over dual weeks before removing discovered in a dangerous operation which grabbed headlines internationally.

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