Five Czech Friday links

Tomorrow it will erupt again. Denmark meets the Czech Republic in the quarter-finals of European Championship football, and it takes place in the city of Baku in a country that is difficult to spell. The country has some challenges in relation to Western European democracy and humanity, but I do not want to touch on that here.

Instead, I would rather talk about time. Tomorrow, Saturday, it is 21 days since Denmark’s total heart stood still for a few minutes. Denmark’s number 10, Christian Eriksen, fell on the grass in the Park. It happened in a match against Finland, which Denmark otherwise lost 0-1. But it does not matter.

Later, the whole of Denmark took off when it turned out that Eriksen survived and got into the hospital bed. For a few hours, football and all other sports were totally indifferent. Suddenly a lot of people all over the world got a wake up call. If a professional football player in top form can fall over with cardiac arrest, it can probably happen to all of us.

Voluntary pacemakers on Langeland

Fortunately, a vigilant medical staff was in control of the cases, and they quickly got Eriksen’s heart going again. It saved his life. For every second that passes where the heart stands still, the chance of resuscitation decreases. And therefore there is every reason to pay tribute to all the people who are ready to move out to save human lives.

On Langeland, they have for a number of years had a corps of volunteers who are ready to help people in need around the clock. Using an app on their smartphone, Langeland’s Heart Starter Association has become an initiative that has saved several lives on Langeland.

If a person in RudkĂžbing falls over with cardiac arrest, you can quickly launch a helping hand. The volunteers who are close to the person receive a message in the app, and thus they can arrive faster than an ambulance or doctor from Svendborg. Langelands Hjertestarterforening has my deepest respect.

And on this Friday, there is reason to pay tribute to the Internet. We do this with links that send you into the arms of time registration, rich people, volunteer pacemakers on Langeland, news links and German geeks.

https://worldwealthreport.com: Here it is stated that the number of persons in the world with more than $ 1 million in free funds has just rounded 20.8 million.

https://www.timesheetreporter.com/dk: Were you able to use a helping hand for time registration?

http://www.langelandshjertestarterforening.dk: My deepest respect to the volunteers on Langeland.

https://www.journalistlinks.dk: Do you need a link to good news? Or bad?

https://www.com-magazin.de: This is about nerds in German. News, downloads, tests and a little more.


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