BLESS YOU SCOTLAND

Bless you Scotland

Bless you Scotland

We’ve been looking at the numbers for bystander CPR. And the numbers are pretty incredible. As a nation, amongst everything that’s going on, bystander CPR rates haven’t changed. That means when we are hearing about social distancing, R rates and face masks we’re still a nation that want to help. We are still a nation that care. We are still a nation that see the person. Bless you Scotland.

With all that being said there is some guidance available for administering CPR during this time. It’s pretty simple really, it’s carry on doing what you’re doing, but we recommend you place a cloth or towel over the persons face to reduce any spread of the virus. So think bless you for that too and pop a hanky yin your pocket.

Thank you and Bless you.

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