(AGENPARL) – mer 22 settembre 2021 At high concentrations, carbon monoxide can make you pass out or kill you in minutes. Protect yourself and your home with a safety check.
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Do a Carbon Monoxide Safety Check at Home
Unfortunately, over 400 people in the United States die of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning every year. Thousands more get sick and seek care at hospitals too.
To protect yourself and your home, it’s important to know the symptoms of CO poisoning and how to prevent it.
– Watch out for dizziness, confusion and upset stomach
– Know infants, seniors and people with breathing problems are more likely to get sick from CO.
– Detectors can help track any leaks in your home.
– If you smell an odor from any gas appliance, contact an expert service to assess.
Get tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to keep your CO detector up to date and know what steps can prevent the risk of a CO leak.
[Get Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips](https://connect.usa.gov/e3t/Btc/I1+113/c3nsC04/MVwWbBLjPC_W1VKJbc8ymfS5W6fpr4J4xNW9SM7WCR_5VfgNV3Zsc37Cg-RlW3-hMzT3nykhNW3fccXz55_-V4VmD-MZ7CzVF8W15NQgB6R1QCYW1XqXt86bNMlhW93WCgH2Xc7VWW1x6wvP8QVkZgVHK6RD8TzWpsW1rvGvx1y7kSPW3SyFwL1LsrS_W1Zr-8v2hK0rTW9fGQLV7NmPmLW4kp24q2pv5hlVXLTDK4BwtX2N4bDY_NyJgp0V5cvVQ5jHwSpW7qp1Hr6cKJXbW6FyTVt2f0Gg_W15X2p849xppnW2lyNg58xnnjNW4rVv8S9bnQcNW5DwjLN8KXDsMW6-KCNW60p8YkW8ytZ4y1TSj3GW17Wnpx74RPrMV_8CR84bRDfxW9b6qRZ7n1406W6z-SL54CjV0MW9cgfsw1XBtwKW1RtdD65fkGKzW9jcpyM14b6Z2VG0rWS1t_phpW8fB05l3FcKWGW2tz5YG33k1ZmW93Hlyd1kk1vyW5LM8dc22wZXyW31s3SZ1_x3NjW5TgBD-4CsnnHW1mrzJh5rNTSRW7P0HY_25p25nW1bSTln1nDFKjW3l0GYL17dDJ2W979TRp47RDWjW1x-lPF1P4Qjy3h_X1)
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