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Parliament spaces out microphones after another interpreter is injured

  • A language interpreter suffered a significant hearing injury due to the Larsen effect, prompting the federal government to adjust setups in the House of Commons and committee rooms.
  • Changes were ordered by a federal regulator last week to prevent future incidents of the Larsen effect, resulting in rearranged tables in committee rooms, as communicated by House of Commons Speaker Greg Fergus.
  • The adjustments aim to keep microphones and earpieces farther apart to avoid the sharp feedback that can lead to permanent injuries.
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