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Every Child A Swimmer Update

This "Every Child A Swimmer" update focuses on the critical issue of drowning as a preventable cause of death among children in Florida. It emphasizes Florida's high rates of unintentional drownings, especially in young children, due to its extensive shoreline and numerous swimming pools. The report underlines the significance of swimming lessons in reducing drowning risks and advocates for widespread water safety education. Additionally, it discusses the economic and emotional impacts of drowning incidents. The report supports legislative measures aimed at improving water safety and swimming education to prevent drowning deaths in children.

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