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Modification des zones dévacuation désignées

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Modification des zones d'évacuation désignées

En juin 2015, le gouvernement a annoncé son intention d'accélérer la restauration afin d'annuler l'ordre d'évacuation d'ici mars 2017 de toutes les zones, à l'exception de celles possédant encore un taux élevé de radioactivité, et de permettre aux habitants de rentrer chez eux. Les travaux en ce sens commencent lentement.

Actuellement, ces zones (371 km²) couvrent 2.7% de la superficie de la préfecture de Fukushima (13 783 km²).

11 mars 2011

  • L' évacuation a été ordonnée dans un périmètre de 3 kilomètres autour de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima
  • Le même jour, un ordre de confinement a été donné sur un périmètre de 10 kilomètres.

12 mars 2011

  • L' évacuation a été ordonnée dans un périmètre de 10 kilomètres autour de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima
  • Le même jour, l'ordre d'évacuation a été donné sur un périmètre de 20 kilomètres.

22 avril 2011

Image : Transition of evacuation instruction zones 2

Image : Transition of evacuation instruction zones 1

révisé le 1 avril 2017

eVACUATION ORDER DESIGNATED ZONE

Rapports des activités principales sur les zones réglementées pendant « l'ordre d'évacuation » (19 juin 2015)

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Zones désignées selon le niveau de radiation.Accès limité par le biais de barrières physiques (p. ex. barricades)Points d'entrée et buts de l'entrée
Circulation sur la route principaleRetour temporaire des résidentsAccès pour les entreprises de services publicsAdmission pour raisons ou activités professionnelles autorisées dans la zoneSéjour dans la zone
Image: pinkZones où le taux de radioactivité est encore élevéOuiConditions Apply
(Remarque 1,Remarque 2)
Conditions Apply
(Remarque 1)
Conditions Apply
(Remarque 1)
Conditions Apply
(Remarque 1)
Not Permitted
Image: yellowZones d'habitation limitéeNonPermittedPermittedPermittedPermittedConditions Apply
(Remarque 3)
Image: greenZones se préparant à l'annulation de l'ordre d'évacuationNonPermittedPermittedPermittedPermittedConditions Apply
(Remarque 3)

Zone difficile à réintégrer (zone d'accès restreint)
Zone où la dose cumulative annuelle estimée à partir du débit de dose dans l'air est supérieure à 20 mSv, même 6 ans après la catastrophe nucléaire. (Zone où la dose cumulative annuelle a dépassé 50 mSv en mars 2012)

Zone d'habitation réglementée
Zone où il a été confirmé que la dose cumulative annuelle estimée à partir du débit de dose dans l'air dépassait 20 mSv (mars 2012).

Zone préparatoire pour la levée de l'ordre d'évacuation
Zone où il a été définitivement confirmé que la dose cumulative annuelle estimée à partir du débit de dose dans l'air était inférieure à 20 mSv (mars 2012).

Les procédures d'évacuation émises précédemment restent applicables dans les trois zones, ainsi que dans la « Zone difficile à réintégrer », l'accès est limité par le biais de barrières physiques (p. ex. barricades).

Dans la « Zone d'habitation réglementée » et la « Zone préparatoire pour la levée de l'ordre d'évacuation », l'accès est limité pour les personnes autres que les personnes non autorisées, mais il n'y a aucune restriction concernant les entrées dans la journée.

(Remarque 1) Applicable lorsque le maire a délivré un laissez-passer, etc.
(Remarque 2) Sur certaines routes principales, les voyageurs n'ont pas besoin de montrer leur laissez-passer.
(Remarque 3) Il existe des exceptions, telles qu'un séjour défini comme « cas particulier », ou pour « un retour au pays ».

Pour plus d'informations sur les restrictions concernant ce genre d'activités, veuillez vous reporter à « Activités sur les zones pendant l'ordre d'évacuation (Site internet du Ministère de l'Économie, du Commerce et de l'Industrie) ». (Uniquement en japonais)

Variation du nombre d'évacués

Variation du nombre d’évacués

      

Snapshot

 September 2017: Route 114 opened up to traffic

route 114 opened up  

  On September 20, the previously closed Route 114 was re-opened to vehicle traffic. Route 114 runs for approximately 27km between Tsushima and Muroharain Namie Town. As this is a main road connecting Fukushima City with Namie Town, it is expected that it will make things more convenient for residents in Namie Town and adjacent municipalities as an evacuation route as well as a route for transportation of emergency goods and pesonnelin the event of a disaster. It's re-opening is expected to further accelerate restoration and reconstruction projects.

July-August 2017: Opening of commercial facilities to support the reconstruction of the regions (Kawamata Town and Iitate Village).

 

commercial faicilities open

   

  Commercial facilities which will support the reconstruction were opened in Yamakiya district, Kawamata Town and Iitate Village. These facilities aim to support the livelihoods of returnees, with retailers providing daily commodities, food, and places to eat. 'Tonya no Sato' or 'Home of Wholesalers' has an area devoted to providing information on the reconstruction efforts as well as a multi-purpose square. Madei Hall is a place where residents can meet and relax. Flowers are grown, displayed and sold in the building adding to the relaxed vibrant atmosphere.

August 2017 : Elementary and Junior High Schools resumed for the first time in 6 years. (Odaka district, Minami-Soma City)

Odaka schools   Due to the aftermath of the nuclear power accident, Odaka district, Minami-Soma City and Naraha Town were forced to run elementary and junior high schools in Kashima district and Iwaki City respectively. This year, they returned to their towns and resumed school operations for the first time in six years. Five  Municipalities (Kawamata Town, Yamakiya district, Tomioka Town, Namie Town, Katsurao Village and Iitate Village) are aiming to resume  school operations in their hometowns. The prefectural government, municipalities and national government will continue to work together to form attractive schools.

August 2017 : Groundbreaking of the Futaba Medical Center (tentative name) (Tomioka Town)  

Futaba Midecal Center  On June 7, 2017, a ceremony to pray for the safety of construction and groundbreaking took place at the Futaba Medical Center (tentative name). We secured 24/7/365 emergency medical services and secondary emergency medical services including medical services to support resumption of home medical services that are required in the Futaba area and support "environment where local residents can work with peace of mind", "environment where people engaged in the revitalization projects can work with a sense of security", and "environment where companies can do businesses with security" from the medical aspect. Futaba Medical Center (tentative name) is expected to open in April, 2018.

 March 2017: Opening of Odaka Industrial Technology and Commerce High School (Minamisoma City)

Odaka Tec High  In April 2017, Odaka Commerce High School will merge with Odaka Technology High School, as Odaka Industrial Technology and Commerce High School opens in Odaka, Minamisoma. It will train personnel who can contribute to regional reconstruction and the Fukushima Innovation Coast Framework.

December 2016: Malls opened  (Namie Town and Tomioka Town)

Malls in Futaba District , Fukushima Prefecture  On October 27, 2016, "Machi Nami Marche" was opened, and later on November 25, "Sakura Mall Tomioka" was opened. The openings were expected to improve convenience of residents returning home, in the perspective of lifting of evacuation orders in the future.

December 2016: Setting up *Futaba Medical Center (Tomioka Town)         <*tentative name>

image of the Futaba Medical Center  The Prefectural Government will develop (tentative name) Futaba Medical Center in Ozukadistrict, Tomioka Town, in order to secure medical care necessary for the region including the secondary emergency medical care in Futaba county, and support an environment where residents and people engaged in revitalization projects can live and work with peace of mind, from a medical aspect.

(scheduled to open in April, 2018)

August 2016: Addressing to the resumption of J-Village    (Hirono Town and Naraha Town)

j

 

  Fukushima Prefectural Government is addressing the recovery of J-Village which is under suspension due to the disaster.

   We are planning not only to restore the pre-disaster condition but also build a more attractive facility. For that, we are developing a new accommodation building with all weather training field in a scale of the whole soccer ground to partially resume the operation in summer of 2018 and fully resume in April, 2019.

   In 2020 Tokyo Olympic games, J-Village will be a training camp for representatives of Japanese male and female soccer players.    We are reconstructing a new J-Village which will gain popularity among people as a symbol of revitalization of the prefecture.

July 2016: JR Resumption of JR Joban Line between Haranomachi and Odaka

Joban Line

 

On July 12, 2016, JR Joban Line resumed operation between Haranomachiand OdakaStation following the lifting of evacuation orders to MinamisomaCity. Many passengers took the train. In front of OdakaStation, a ceremony to pledge revitalization was organized by MinamisomaCity.

  JR Joban Line is expected to resume full lines by the end of March 2020.

March 2016: Commercial complex. "Shopping Center YO-TASHI" opened

Yotashi

 

On March 15, 2016, a commercial complex "Shopping Center YO-TASHI" was opened in KawauchiVillage, housing Family Mart Kawauchithat sells fresh food, a pharmacy, a cleaning store, and restaurants.

There is a community space available for exchanges between villagers. This is expected to facilitate residents' return and revitalization as well as recovery of the community after their return.

March 2016: Naraha Remote Technology Development Center (Mock-up Center) Test Facility  completed

Facility

moc up

On March 30, 2016, a completion ceremony was held for a test facility of the NarahaRemote Technology Development Center constructed by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA).

  The facility is equipped with a mock-up of a part of a nuclear reactor containment vessel, and serves as a hub of decommissioning research by TEPCO.

  Full operation started from April.

February 2016: Revitalization clinic ‘FUTABA RE-CARE’ opens, Naraha town

clinic

On Feb 1, 2016, the new clinic  is  established in NarahaTown in order to help the recovery of Futaba County  and develop an environment for the return of residents.

December 2015: Mega solar power plant starts operation, Okuma town

大熊 

Okuma  Town FurusatoRevitalization Mega Sola Power Plant was completed in Okawaradistrict which is a hub of reconstruction for Okuma Town, and started operation from December 18, 2015. Annual output is about 2,200MWh that covers power consumption by about 600 households. Part of sales revenue of electricity is being used for the operation of plant factory to be constructed in Okawaradistrict by Okuma Town.

November 2015: Special Elderly Nursing Home opens, Kawauchi village

かわうち  The home newly established and opened in KawauchiVillage on 1 November, 2015 has 80 beds  available

April 2015: Futaba Future School Opens, Hirono town

双葉

  On April 8, 2015, a new public school opened as a 6-year secondary education school in HironoTown. The school is aimed to become a symbol of revitalization of the prefecture through its own curriculum to grow human resources who will contribute to global and future society.