All twelve boys and their football coach have now been rescued from caves in Thailand.
All are understood to be in good health after being freed from the underground cave where they have been trapped for over two weeks.
“At this moment (there are) no worrisome conditions, everyone is safe,” a health ministry spokesperson said of the boys currently being treated in hospital.
Two of the boys had suspected lung infections but the four boys from the first group rescued were all walking around their hospital rooms.
The boys had a good appetite but were mainly being given bland, easily digestible foods. However, doctors later relented after some of the boys asked for bread with chocolate topping.
They are still being quarantined from their parents because of the risk of infection and would likely be kept in hospital for a week to undergo tests, officials said.
The head of the operation, Narongsak Osottanakorn, said the final operation today would be “more challenging” because it involved five people, along with three Navy SEALs who have been accompanying them.
Scattered monsoon rains continued to risk percolating through the limestone cave walls to flood the tunnels with water.
A team of foreign divers and Thai Navy SEALS guided the boys during a nine-hour operation through nearly 4km of sometimes submerged, pitch-dark channels from where they have been trapped for more than a fortnight.