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Orphaned girls recover from Covid, enter Samut Prakan orphanage


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Last month, the tragic story of the 2 young girls who lost their mother to Covid, and how before dying the mother said it was her hope the girls would go to an orphanage, rattled Thailand. Then came the news that the girls had contracted Covid. Now, it is being reported that both girls have made a full recovery and are at an orphanage in central Thailand’s Samut Prakan. The director of the Department of Children and Youth, Supatcha Sutthipol, says the girls will either be fostered or adopted “as possible”. Currently, 3 families have made inquiries. The girls used […]

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1 hour ago, thai3 said:

It was reported originally that the father had died, unusual that there are no family to take them in

The mother was 40+ so the grandparents could be about to 70 years old now if they're even alive anymore. That's just too old to care for kids.

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