Monday, March 21, 2011

Japanese Government Admits Potassium Iodide Pills Should Have Been Distributed Earlier

A Japanese nuclear safety official has now publicly admitted the Japanese government improperly withheld potassium iodide from the public for three days following the Fukushima power plant explosion. Kazuma Yokota says the Japanese government was "caught off guard" by the nuclear catastrophe and didn't realize its people needed potassium iodide until three days later.'


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