Radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is dropping, but still beyond the range of levels desired by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, a report released on Friday, stated.
The report was published in the Asahi Shumbun newspaper, a daily, and goes on to say that those evacuated from the town of Fukushima and are returning to their residences will be exposed to a dose of anywhere from 0.7 to 3 millisieverts per year. The order of evacuation of the area was lifted sometime earlier in April. Other areas affected by radiation would receive even less amounts.
According to a report published in panorama.am, the Japanese Government said it was committed to lowering the radiation amounts from the disaster to about 1 millisievert per year.
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