WHO On Japan Food Radiation: ‘It’s A Lot More Serious Than Anybody Thought’

Radiation fears grow in disaster-struck Japan (Reuters):

“It’s a lot more serious than anybody thought in the early days when we thought that this kind of problem can be limited to 20 to 30 kilometers,” Peter Cordingley, spokesman for the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) regional office, told Reuters.

“It’s safe to suppose that some contaminated produce got out of the contamination zone.”

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