In comparison, there were 90 new heart runners in total the weekend before.
In total, there are now 113,785 people who have signed up for the scheme.
They are alerted if they are near a person with a suspected cardiac arrest.
Thus, in some cases, they may be faster than the professional rescue crew.
It is not only TrygFonden that has felt a reaction after Saturday’s incident.
Since Saturday evening, the Heart Association has received 91 registrations for a heart rescue course.
That’s a 22 percent increase over enrollments received in the same period last weekend.
This is stated by press adviser Kristian Jakobsen, Hjerteforeningen.
Source: The Nordic Page