Learn how to perform CPR
Now, more than ever, it’s time to learn CPR and be ready to help save a life.
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. When someone needs CPR you’re still helping, you’re still caring and you’re still making an incredible difference.
The guidance on what to do has changed slightly and we wanted to keep you up-to-date. During the current pandemic, the Resuscitation Council UK advises that you loosely place a cloth or towel over the nose and mouth of the collapsed person and to do chest compressions only. You can read more about it here or simply take the following steps! Are you a young person? Check out our page for kid researchers.
Follow the steps below to get CPR ready!