Ok here is the story...... I made my last rotation of my eggs on day 18 before lockdown and I dropped this one egg. I made my attempt at saving the chick by using beeswax to seal the damage. Now fast forward to day 22, morning. All the other eggs have now hatched except my damaged one. So I took it out and inspected it. To my surprise it was alive! It was however shrink wrapped, but was chirping up a storm. It appeared to have pipped through the inner membrane. I carefully chipped away and unzipped the egg and damped the outer membrane. I then placed the egg back into the incubator. I observed what appeared to be a large vein just above its beak. I was hoping it would absorb the blood and yolk throughout the day. I just came home from work approximately 12 hours later and it looks like the vein is still the same size. The chick seems to be breathing good at this point, At this point, what do I do? What are your recommendations?