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Italy makes defibrillators compulsory for sporting firms

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Italy’s government has ruled that all sporting companies, regardless of whether they are amateur or professional, must own a defibrillator. Professional companies will have to comply within six months, and amateur ones within 30 months, it ruled Friday. Defibrillators will have to always be accessible and used in the presence of qualified personnel, More...

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