China says finds high radiation on two Japanese travellers

BEIJING - China said on Friday that two Japanese travelers who arrived in east China by air were found to have radiation levels "seriously exceeding limits" when they entered the country on Wednesday.
"Tests showed that the two travelers seriously exceeded the limit," the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said, referring to radiation levels.
The agency's statement said the two travelers were given medical treatment and presented no radiation risk to others.
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