Parents of Thai boys rescued from a cave are finally able to visit their sons — but they need to wear hazmat suits


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Parents of the 12 members of the Thai soccer team who survived a grueling 17-day ordeal inside a cave are finally being allowed to see their children.
Doctors said the parents of the first eight boys who were rescued will be allowed to visit their sons’ bedsides while they remain quarantined.
This means that parents must wear hazmat suits and keep a 6.5-foot (2 meter) distance.
Doctors said the 12 boys and their 25-year-old coach  are in a “good condition” but will be staying in bed for now

Parents of the 12 members of the Thai soccer team who survived a grueling 17-day ordeal inside a cave will finally be allowed to see their children.

Thai media has reported that the parents of the first four boys who were rescued on Sunday will be allowed to visit their sons’ bedsides while they remain quarantined, on condition that they wear hazmat suits and keep a distance of 6.5 feet (2 meters).See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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