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Modifications to Hands-Only CPR during COVID-19

New Hands-Only CPR recommendations will reduce the risk of public responders getting coronavirus disease while providing CPR and using an AED on someone with the virus who is having a cardiac arrest.

Wendy Swain

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Cardiac arrest can strike any time, without warning. By acting fast, you could save a life.

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How to save a life in 90 seconds

Do you have a couple of minutes? That's enough to learn the basics of CPR and how to use an AED. Watch our short videos below. 

How to use an AED

Performing CPR and using an AED can double a person's chances of survival. 

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