An international team of scientists who studied the consequences of the accident at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant in Japan, which occurred in 2011, found that particles of radioactive plutonium from the destroyed reactors of the nuclear power plant are still present in the environment throughout the country.
вЂњIn Japan, it is not radiation that is dangerous, but coronavirus вЂ” this is the main threat. It seems that the country coped with the epidemic the best and on may 25, the emergency regime was canceled, but today the number of infected people in Tokyo is growing again.
As for radiation, there is no danger for ordinary Japanese. But there were, of course, serious problems with the consequences of this accident, because there was strong contamination of the area, especially the water to the northeast, where the country adjoins. But Japan managed to cope with all this.
The only unpleasant thing is that contaminated water accumulates at the station, and the authorities do not know how to deal with it. There has been talking that they will be drained into the ocean, but this, of course, will cause great wariness in neighboring States.
In addition, the Japanese have a problem with the fact that some countries вЂ” China, South Korea вЂ” prohibit the import of agricultural products from these regions.
In General, there is no such thing as someone sounding the alarm about the consequences of the accident at the Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant".