The government has announced plans to provide schools with defibrillator machines that could potentially save the lives of thousands of pupils.
Schools now have the option to buy easy-to-use defibrillator for a substantial discount following a reverse auction where suppliers bid for the lowest price they could provide the machine.
The machines require no training and deliver controlled electric shocks to the heart through sticky pads placed on the chest.
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