According to the Hainan Provincial Environmental Protection Administration, no radioactive material from the leaking Japanese nuclear plant has been found on Hainan Island since partial areas in North China and East China detected traces of subtle radiation, reports xinhuanet.com.

At present, the results show that Hainan Island has not been affected by radiation outside of Japan and it is within normal levels.

According to officials with the Hainan Provincial Environmental Protection Administration, they have been conducting 24-hour monitoring on potential radiation from Japan.

"Even if the test came out positive, there is no need to be nervous. The radioactive amounts will be far below and within the normal levels and would not cause any health problems”, says the expert. 
 

Translated by WOS Team
 
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