UNITED NEWS INTERNATIONAL (UNI) — The first footage of the rescued Thai soccer players was released on Wednesday, July 11.

The Wild Boars team can be seen sitting up in their hospital beds with masks over their face.

The boys, aged 11 to 17, are being quarantined for at least a week at Chiang Rai Prachanukroh hospital.

Parents have only been able to view their children through a glass window in a separate room.

CNN reports parents will soon be allowed in the room while wearing special protective clothing.

According to health officials, the boys are in overall good physical condition, despite losing an average of four pounds during their time in the cave.

Three of the boys are being treated for minor cases of pneumonia.

Doctors believe most will be discharged after a week, but the recovery process is expected to take around 30 days.