Originally Posted By: Arney
Electricity will still be in short supply as the weather warms up and the hot, humid summer approaches.
That's likely to be the biggest real health consequence of the reactor failures. They probably won't be able to restart all the Fukushima reactors, they don't have spare capacity locally, and they don't have a national grid. I gather they rely on air-conditioning in summer, and some older people are at risk if they don't have power.

More on the power situation at Techworld.
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