More Disaster Changes And New Radiation Studies
The government has announced they will lift the 20km evacuation zone around Fukushima Daiichi next April. Any area with 20 mSv will be considered safe enough for people to return. Areas over 50 mSv will be considered long term no-go zones. The governor of Fukushima also expressed doubts about the national government’s “cold shutdown” claim and urged them to consider the opinions of local residents when establishing the rezoning.
Also changing next April will be food standards. “General food” will be lowered to 100 bq/kg, milk and baby foods will be 50 bq/kg and drinking water will be 10 bq/kg.
Marumori in Miyagi prefecture will begin their own local radiation screening of anyone under the age of 18. The testing will include thyroid, urine and blood tests.
The Ministry of Health is considering a study of pregnant women and their children from Fukushima. The study would follow children up to age 13 and look at birth defects and allergies.
In an effort to improve tourism in the region free children’s ski tickets for areas in Fukushima will be offered.
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