Japan lifts evacuation in parts of Fukushima plant hometown

Japan lifts evacuation in parts of Fukushima plant hometown

Japan has partially lifted an evacuation order in one of the two hometowns of the Fukushima nuclear plant for the first time since the 2011 tsunami related disaster. The ruling allows people to return to about 40 per cent of Okuma. The other hometown, Futaba, remains off-limits as are several other towns nearby. Decontamination efforts have lowered radiation levels significantly in the area.

Timothy
Timothy
David James
David James 1 year

just a reminder: nuclear energy is 100% clean and literally thousands of times more reliable and powerful than anything we know. France had like 70 reactors until very recently and nothing ever happened, most people don't even know.

Ste Stones
Ste Stones 1 year

I heard they got 5 rumours on trip advisor

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