Taiwan has detected levels of radioactivity above normal in 25 passengers from Japan, as announced by the Atomic Energy Council (AEC) of the island.
Most of the radioactive particles were found on passengers clothing and shoes said the deputy director of CEA-Der Shieh Jhy. Although this amount is not hazardous to health.
Taiwan subjected to radiation testing for passengers from Japan, even that those tests are not mandatory.
42 soldiers specialists in radiation have joined the CEA team working at airports in Taipei, Taoyuan and Kaohsiung, to detect radioactive particles on passengers entering to the island.
Taiwan also examines the radiation level of food from Japan, but so far has not detected any abnormality.