Scientists have found highly radioactive water and plutonium at the Fukushima’s reactor NO. 2.
They said the 1,000 millisieverts radioactive water can cause radiation sickness with nausea and vomiting to people who are exposed.
Scientists have also detected plutonium in soil at five different locations near the plant, but it is not dangerous to humans.
The radioactive and plutonium are said to have discharged from nuclear fuel at the plant damaged by an earthquake and tsunami on March 11.
More than 15 people have been exposed to radiation on Monday, plant operator said.
Chief cabinet Yukio Edano in press conference encourage people not to access the area to return home to collect their belongings.
Japan’s health ministry has asked for water purification plants for the country and for people to stop using rainwater as it can capture radioactive particles that have escaped from Fukushima.
Numbers of people confirmed dead from the disasters have reached 28,000 with more than 10,000 are still missing.