There is a yellow notice posted at the entrance of Tokyo Women’s Medical University Hospital.
Currently, we don’t serve radiation inspection or medical treatment.
To our patients,
Currently, we do not conduct the tests for radiation exposure or treat radiation exposure.
from Director of the Hospital
A freelance journalist Hiroki Suzuki reportedly spoke with a nurse at the hospital.
We are instructed to say we don’t do the tests for radiation exposure. All we can say is that people consult the local public health center. Tests for radiation exposure cannot be done without appointment. There’s also an issue with the national government when it comes to radiation exposure…
We are told to say, we don’t serve radiation inspection. We can only say, please consult near public health center. We can not do radiation inspection for a sudden outpatient. Radiation issue is connected to the government…
— 鈴木博喜(兼業フリー記者) (@s_hiroki24) June 7, 2012
Published: June 7th, 2012 at 11:50 am ET
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