No abnormalities detected in radiation levels in China

10:31, April 28, 2011      

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No abnormalities have been detected in levels of radioactive material in air and food on the Chinese mainland, China's National Nuclear Emergency Coordination Committee said in a daily notice posted on Wednesday.

China's drinking water is also free of abnormalities, according to sample surveys conducted by the committee. Monitoring results also indicate that environmental and oceanic radiation levels also remain normal, according to the notice.

No obvious changes in China's environmental situation have been observed and readings from on-site radiation monitoring posts at the quake-damaged Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan remain stable, according to the notice, which quoted the International Atomic Energy Agency's Wednesday report.

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