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Nov
18
comment Is it really that unsafe to touch a stranger's wound?
Just following up: One Portuguese and one Czech citizen (not lawyers) told me the following: If you don't help a critically injured person in EU, then you can be charged with "negligence leading to death". You should atleast call 155 or 112 and do as told over the phone. -- Neat!
Nov
13
comment Is it really that unsafe to touch a stranger's wound?
@BenediktBauer - thanks! The question might be relevant for travel.SE. About Germany: Sounds quite fair.
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revised Is it really that unsafe to touch a stranger's wound?
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comment Is it really that unsafe to touch a stranger's wound?
@RoryAlsop - then my curiosity requires that I ask: Any countries where I can be punished for not helping someone in a life threatening situation, through my inaction?
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