At least 26 schools in Koriyama City, 60km from the nuclear plant site have hot spots. The readings were more than 3.8 microsieverts per hour, giving an annual exposure of over 20 millisieverts. The annual limit in Japan for children is 1 millisievert. The evacuation level used in the region around Chernobyl is .5 microsieverts. .23 microsieverts is what the Japanese government considers safe.
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