New CPR Law Required for Child Care Centers
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MINNESOTA- On Monday, a new law takes effect in Minnesota. It’s a law some parents might have assumed was already in place.The new law requires all teachers and assistant teachers at child care centers to complete CPR training for infants and children.
While many child care centers, like Benedictine Health Center in Duluth, already enforce the law, they say it's because child safety is their top priority.
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