The annual dose of 45.3% of the elementary and junior high school students in Nihonmatsu city increased from 2011
According to Nihonmatsu city Fukushima, the annual dose of 45.3% of the elementary and junior high school students in the city increased compared to 2011. (1,969 of 4,344 people)
The annual dose of 46 among them increased by 1.5 mSv/y.
It was the external dose test held by Nihonmatsu city Fukushima, which was conduced from June to August of 2012.
The annual dose of 76% of all the tested elementary and junior high school students was over 1mSv/y, which is the safety limit of ordinary people.
From monitoring result of the city, the atmospheric dose decreased from 2011 by 30%. The radiation exposure advisor of the city, Kimura, an assistant professor of Dokkyo Medical University comments it’s because they lifted the restriction of outdoor exercises in 2012.
La dose annuelle de 46 d’entre eux est montée jusqu’à 1,5 mSv/an.
Il s’agissait de l’examen des doses externes mené par la ville de Nihonmatsu, à Fukushima, examens qui ont été effectués de juin à août 2012.
La dose annuelle dépasse 1 mSv/an pour 76 % des élèves examinés, c’est la limite de sécurité d’une population normale.
Selon la surveillance atmosphérique de la ville, la dose dans l’air a diminué de 30 % depuis 2011. M. Kimura, professeur assistant à l’université médicale de Dokkyo et conseiller de la mairie estime que c’est parce qu’ils ont levé les restrictions sur les exercices à l’extérieur en 2012.
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