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Rain in Jordan is Clean from any Nuclear Contamination

ChernobylOn Monday, the rumors about the contamination of rain in with nuclear radiation as a result of ’s nuclear disaster have been denied by the Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission (). Hundreds of people in Amman received an e-mail warning them to avoid going out in the rain, explaining that radioactive particles, which could cause burns, alopecia or even cancer, may be attached to the rain. Also Facebook contained many warnings that asking people to shut doors and windows and avoid going outdoors when it rains.

JNRC Director, Jamal Sharaf, told The Jordan Times yesterday over the phone “What happened in Japan is not a nuclear explosion like in . Contaminated water leaked, so the rain in Jordan is clean and safe” According to Reuters, engineers at Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s Fukushima Daiichi plant are still fighting to cool down reactors and spent fuel pools to contain radiation leaks. According to the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR), Chernobyl nuclear reactor’s accident on April 26, 1986 was the most serious accident ever to occur in the nuclear power industry.

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