Archive - July 3, 2020

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States might allow high doses of radiation to public before evacuating from a nuclear accident during viral pandemic
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Nuclear Power Safety Concerns in Michigan amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Covid-19 is “a significant impediment to evacuation” during nuclear accident

States might allow high doses of radiation to public before evacuating from a nuclear accident during viral pandemic

News from Beyond Nuclear For Immediate Release: July 2, 2020 Contacts: Paul Gunter, Director, Reactor Oversight Project, 301-523-0201 Cindy Folkers, Radiation and Health Specialist, 240-354-4314 States might allow high doses of radiation to public before evacuating from a nuclear accident during viral pandemic Suppressed nuclear emergency plans during COVID-19 cause for concern says Beyond Nuclear[…]

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Nuclear Power Safety Concerns in Michigan amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic; Three-Dozen Groups and 62 Individuals Write Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist. II

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and many state emergency planning authorities in conjunction with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) have been conducting COVID-19 Preparedness Assessments for the offsite emergency plans around U.S. nuclear power stations.

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