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Clubs and Bars to House a Life Saving Kit For Heroin Overdose During Rave Parties


Rave parties are hot zones for illegal drug abuse and overdose, sometimes causing the death of the conceived person.  In wake of protecting such victims from life-threatening drug abuse, an emergency saving kit is introduced.  This kit comes with a Naloxone nasal spray that neutralise the drug effects. Seattle’s Re-Bar, a club that has been around for 30 years, is already paving the way with opioid overdose safety by enrolling them to their clubs.

All their patrons coming for the dance, music, and performing arts sometimes crosses the boundaries and fall prey to Opioid overdose. The kits are part of a $2,000 pilot project to spread 20 kits among 10 nightclubs.   Motivated from this project, clubs around the world should take this drugs initiative on a big scale and should store it in their clubs to save people’s lives.

For more information, visit https://mynorthwest.com/1340326/seattle-clubs-naloxone-opioids/

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