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Japan Disaster News 2011

2011 Japan Disaster News & Resources

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(04/19/11) These resource documents were provided by ASTHO:
CDC Recommendations for Public Health Follow-Up of Travelers Identified as Contaminated with Radioactive Material by Customs and Border Protection at U.S. Ports of Entry
Form for Follow-Up of Travelers Identified at U.S. Points of Entry with Radioactive Material on their Bodies Associated with the Incident at Fukushima Daiichi, Japan
Recommendations for the Follow-Up Assessment of Contaminated Travelers by Radiation Control Health Physics Staff

(04/14/11) HRSA Situation Update: Pacific Basin Tsunami The Health Resources & Service Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has issued a situation report on the Pacific Basin Tsunami, as of Apr. 14, 2011. This HRSA report was prepared in conjunction with the Pacific Islands EMSC Region (PIER), with a focus on children in regards to current health issues in Japan and how it can affect HRSA grantee sites. Download the report here.

(04/05/11) These documents were provided at the Apr. 4 ASTHO/HHS/CDC all-states call and are posted as resource information. Both documents indicate that at this time, there is no indication that materials from the incidents in Japan have the potential to have any significant radiological effect on the United States.
EPA Statement: Update on Ongoing Monitoring in the United States.
Nuclear Concerns Master FAQs: compilation of information provided by PCs from California, Colorado, Illinois, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Michigan information and CDC, NRC, and REAC/TS information.

(03/30/11) Situation Summary from the President of AIA Japan, a Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Download a situation summary from Hisaya Sugiyama, AIA, President of AIA Japan, a chapter of the America Institute of Architects, on the Japan earthquake and tsunami disaster.