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The parents of four boys who were rescued from a Thai cave on Sunday haven't been told about their rescue.
Officials are reportedly not telling parents their children are safe to prevent pain and anguish to the parents of boys still inside.
Boys - Hospital - Isolation - Unit - Days
The four rescued boys are in hospital and will be kept in an isolation unit for 1-2 days.
The identities of four boys rescued from a Thai cave on Sunday evening have not even been revealed to their own parents.
Boys - Condition - Football - Team - Coach
The four boys, who are thought to have been in the weakest condition of the 12-member football team that went missing with their coach more than two weeks ago, were sent straight to hospital after they emerged from the cave with rescue divers on Sunday night.
But instead of being reunited with their families, Thai officials planned a few days ago to keep the boys in sterilized isolation units which prohibits physical contact. Their parents have also not been told that they're safe.
Reason - Media - Boys - Infections - Experience
The reason, according to local media, is to ensure the boys haven't contracted any infections and so as to not make the experience even more painful for the parents of...
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