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CO

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for COLOMBIA.

CO

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Colombia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Colombian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Colombia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Colombia. Each Colombian department and the capital district have their own codes with the prefix "CO." For example, the code for the Department of Bolivar is ISO 3166-2:CO-BOL.
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Barton recommends you familiarize yourself with the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning (see What You Should Know).
If carbon monoxide has been inhaled in a high concentration, as is the case in the incidence of fire, patients could also experience impaired vision, confusion, and loss of coordination,' added Dr.
The 10-year anniversary of it happening was, of course, very difficult for us, but at the same time we know we've been getting the message about the carbon monoxide dangers out."
campaign to ensure all families in Wales are aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide and make sure their older relatives have a carbon monoxide alarm."
Jenkins added: "Mild carbon monoxide poisoning may feel like food poisoning or the flu, although unlike the flu, it doesn't cause a high temperature (fever).
"We are urging everyone to install a carbon monoxide alarm in every room where there's a fuel-burning appliance such as a paraffin heater, gas boiler/cooker or soil fuel fire."
"With 50 people every year dying from carbon monoxide poisoning in the UK, it is vital that householders understand the importance of checking their home heating systems annually for leaks, damage or defects, including oil or gas boilers as well as solid fuel appliances.
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Carbon monoxide has no colour, taste or smell, which makes spotting faulty appliances hard - unless, of course, you fit carbon monoxide alarms.
As well as emitting a loud audible alarm, it has a digital LCD display that shows even low levels of carbon monoxide, plus the peak level recorded in the last four weeks and the temperature of the room.

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