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切尔诺贝利记忆(1/10)

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切尔诺贝利事故发生25年了,它被认为是历史上最严重的核事故。(第八届华赛自然环境类组照金奖)25 years have passed since the Chernobyl Disaster occurred. It is considered the worst nuclear plant accident ever in history.
    
    1986年4月6日,乌克兰切尔诺贝利核电站发生核事故。4号核反应堆爆炸释放大量放射性污染到大气中,被认为是历史上最严重的核事故。切尔诺贝利附近的森林和农田现在仍然带有核辐射。当地许多城镇和村庄的居民被疏散而成为空城。但最糟糕的是灾难对人健康的影响。事故发生后,237人患有急性放射疾病,其中31人前三个月死亡。与事故有关的健康问题包括癌症、基因突变、长期的基因缺陷、染色体畸变、患上唐氏综合症……人们还不知道到底辐射的影响是什么,而且总有一种不祥的预感。25年后,切尔诺贝利事故带来的影响仍然是个大问题。(第八届华赛自然环境类组照金奖)On April 26, 1986, a nuclear accident occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine. An explosion and fire in the Reactor number 4 released large quantities of radioactive contamination into the atmosphere. It is considered the worst nuclear plant accident in history.
    Forests and agricultural lands near Chernobyl are still radiation contaminated. Many towns and villages are empty as the locals were evacuated. But the worst thing is the disaster's effects on human health. In the aftermath of the accident, 237 people suffered from acute radiation sickness, of whom 31 died within the first three months. Health problems linked with the Chernobyl disaster include cancer, mutations, long term genetic defects, chromosomal aberrations, Down syndrome… People remain largely unsure of what the effects of radiation actually are and retain a sense of foreboding. Disadvantaged children around Chernobyl suffer from health problems that are attributable not only to the Chernobyl accident, but also to the poor state of post-Soviet health systems.
    25 years later, the real consequences of the Chernobyl disaster are still a great question.
    

关键词: 俄罗斯 工人

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