Sitting in a hospital isolation ward and wearing green surgical masks, the boys rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand's north appear in good spirits in new footage.
It had been suggested the boys, members of the Wild Boars Football Club, could be invited to watch the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday. Musk tweeted: "Just returned from Cave 3".
The group were taken out in three batches by a team of 13 worldwide divers flanked by the Thai Navy SEALs, who greeted each successful rescue with a "Hooyah" on their Facebook page.
They were taken by helicopter to a hospital about 70 kilometres away to join their team mates in quarantine for the time being.
He also acknowledged the loss of a former navy SEAL, Saman Kunan, who died last week while replenishing air tanks inside the cave.
Two of this batch of footballers had initially shown signs of pneumonia, but had responded well to the medication they were given for it, he said. Jedsada said they were uncertain what type of infections the boys could face "because we have never experienced this kind of issue from a deep cave".
"We don't see the children as at fault or as heroes". They would be released from Chiang Rai Prachanukroh Hospital on July 15 to recuperate at home for another week, Thongchai said.
A senior Australian police officer acknowledged the degree of worldwide co-operation "in a very unfriendly environment".
Divers, engineers, medics and others have flown in from around the world to assist.
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Araya Hargate, one of Thailand's top actresses, posted a cartoon of the boys surrounded by rescuers on her Instagram page, which has 7.9 million followers. All of them have higher leukocyte (white blood cell) levels than normal, but they have been given antibiotics to treat any infection. They were all also given vaccinations for rabies and tetanus.
Most of the boys rescued from inside a flooded cave in northern Thailand lost an average of 2 kilograms (4 pounds) during their ordeal, but were generally in good condition, a senior health official said on Wednesday.
Thongchai Lertwilairatanapong, a public health inspector, said Wednesday the 12 boys and coach rescued over the three previous days "took care of themselves well in the cave". "Most of the boys lost an average of 2kg".
The head of the operation, Narongsak Osottanakorn, said a final operation would be "more challenging" because one more survivor would be brought out than the previous two operations, along with three Navy SEALs who have been accompanying them.
But it will still be up to a week before all of the boys can hug their mums and dads.
Adisak Wongsukchan, the father of 14-year-old Akarat Wongsukchan who was rescued on Monday, said all he wants to do now is give his boy a hug.
"I'm happy for Thais all over the country", he said.
The Thai football team who were trapped in the cave.
The astonishing story has gripped Thailand and the world since the group was discovered trapped alive by two British cave divers on July 2, nine days after disappearing while exploring the Tham Luang cave system.
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