61,000 Bq/Kg from wild boar meat in Fukushima, the highest reading ever

According to MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare), 61,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was measured from the wild boar meat, which was the highest reading ever.

The sample was from Minamisoma city Fukushima, Cs-134 was 21,100 Bq/Kg, Cs-137 was 40,200 Bq/Kg.

Among the 48 samples, they measured over 100 Bq/Kg from 98 % of the samples. 1,000~9,999 Bq/Kg was measured from 68.75 % of the samples. Over 10,000 Bq/Kg was measured from 6.25 % of the samples.

The samples were taken from this February to March.


61,000 Bq/Kg from wild boar meat in Fukushima, the highest reading ever


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61 000 Bq/kg dans un sanglier sauvage de Fukushima, le record absolu


Selon le MHLW (Ministère de la Santé du Travail et des Affaires Sociales), 61 000 Bq/kg de Cs 134/137 ont été relevés dans de la viande de sanglier, ce qui est le record dans le genre.
L’échantillon provenait de Minamisoma dans Fukushima, le Cs 134 était à 21 100 Bq/kg, le Cs 137 à 40 200 Bq/kg.
Sur les 48 échantillons, ils ont relevé plus de 100 Bq/kg dans 98 % des cas. 1 000 à 9 999 Bq/kg avaient été relevés dans 68,75 % des échantillons, plus de 10 000 Bq/dans 6,25 %.
Les échantillons ont été pris entre février et mars de cette année.

61 000 Bq/kg dans un sanglier sauvage de Fukushima, le record absolu

Article lié : Plus de 10 000 Bq/kg relevés dans 10% des échantillons de viande de sangliers dans Fukushima


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