Cesium measured from 100% of wild boar samples in Fukushima, over 100 Bq/Kg from 19 of 20 samples
According to Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, high level of cesium was measured from 20 of 20 samples of wild boar meats in Fukushima.
The highest reading was 1,800 Bq/Kg from the meat of wild boar taken in Nihonmatsu city.
Selon le ministère de la Santé, du Travail et des Affaires Sociales, de hauts niveaux de césium ont été relevés dans 20 des 20 échantillons de viande de sanglier de Fukushima.
Le plus haut a été 1 800 Bq/kg dans une viande provenant de la commune de Nihonmatsu.
Date d’échantillonnage : 7 décembre 2012
Cs-134 . : 657 Bq/kg
Cs-137 : 1,140 Bq/kg
Le plus faible aura été 74 Bq/kg dans l’échantillon de Nishiaizu machi mais il y avait plus de 100 Bq/kg de césium dans tous les autres échantillons (19 sur 20) .
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