April 4th, 2011 – TEPCO confirmed nearly double the amount of workers at Fukushima Daini than at crippled Fukushima Daiichi site

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Reported in the media, As of April 3, Tepco have said that some 370 people are at work at the Fukushima Daiichi site, 51 of whom are contractors.

At the fully stabilized Daini site, which remains under emergency status, there are 626 workers, of which 64 are contractors.

To date, 21 workers have received radiation doses of more than 10 R, while none have reached the level of 20 R. The Japanese regulatory limit for this specific emergency situation is 25 R (normally it is 10 R).

Reports on shortage of dosimeters and that some dosimeters have an upper dose rate limit of 1 R/hr.

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