Poland to hand out radiation tablets in schools – media — RT World News

Polish teachers have been asked to hand out iodine anti-radiation pills to students in case of emergency. Local officials say they are preparing for a potential nuclear incident, adding though that such a scenario is rather unlikely.

Marek Plesniar, the head of the National Association of Educational Management Staff (OSKKO), told newspaper Rzeczpospolita on Friday that teachers have been instructed that, in case of an emergency, they would have to hand out potassium iodide pills, which help…

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