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Sunday, March 20, 2011

No increase in radiation at Japanese returnees

When returning from Japan in the Frankfurt airport are no excessive radiation levels were measured. This reported on Sunday a spokesman for the Hessian Ministry of Environment. Them altogether on Friday and Saturday 14 can examine incoming passengers from Japan. "It is a voluntary offer, " said the spokesman, fears that the returnees should be taken. The country makes the offer in Frankfurt on the recommendation of the Federal Environment Ministry.

The Lufthansa has stated on their machines from Japan in Frankfurt and Munich, no special radiation exposure. "So far, all swab samples with negative results, "a spokesman said yesterday in Frankfurt. The group leaves for several days his machine control upon arrival. By 28 March will not want to fly the airline, the Japanese capital. Currently, flights over the southern cities of Osaka and Nagoya are settled.

29 comments:

  1. But... I might be as well wrong, but being in Japan doesn't necessarily means that you have radiation... right?

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  2. Thanks for the update. Keep it up man.

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  3. Let's hope for the best.
    Japanese people have already suffered enough...

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  4. good to hear, hope everything will be alright

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  5. Liking your blog already, you seem well-informed. They aren't out of the woods yet by any means though, several reactors still need power and are still dangerous, only two fully under control as of now. This shouldn't affect too large of an area of Japan fortunately, it's just a shame it got this out of hand because the Japanese power company didn't want to damage the reactors/holding tanks with seawater until they were forced to. Had they taken those measures sooner, most, if not all of the Fukishima 50 (Technically about 180) wouldn't have been forced to sacrifice themselves to stave off a full-on meltdown.

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  6. we rather be all glad for this

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  7. Great to hear! Followed! alphabetalife.blogspot.com

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  8. japan has dealt with too much radiation for such a small country >_>

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  9. At least they're covering all their bases.

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  10. radiation reached the US already..hope it doesnt reach dangerous levels.

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  11. Good to hear! I had some friends over there on the study abroad program so I'm glad they aren't going to experience any of the ill effects from overseas. Followed!

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  12. i think they've got it under control

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  13. This disaster is finally calming down.

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  14. Glad it didn't ended in some crazy disaster.

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  15. Good to hear, but its not at a Chernobyl level yet, thankfully.

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  16. Whoo, they've got it under control. If it gets outta hand, we can always bury it all? Probably possibly.

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  17. it gives me the chills that we're not able to do anything about this situation. ._.

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  18. Glad it didnt get worse ! followed

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  19. I'm glad for them. I am really amazed by the amount ( and quickness ) that Japan already rebuild, mostly infrastructure so that help units can get to their destinations faster.

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  21. Those workers in the plant have been doing an incredible job

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  22. Lets me sleep at night better knowing more people are safe in the world :/

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  23. finally some good news!
    +follow

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  24. I havent been able to keep up with the news. Im glad I finally get to hear some good news for once. Following...

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