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    During the two-day Chernobyl trip in the Chernobyl exclusion zone, the body receives a dose of radiation comparable to 0,001 dose by X-ray scan or to several hours spent in an airplane. In numbers, you will receive 5-7 microsieverts of gamma radiation – an absolutely non harmful dose of radiation. For comparison, most of the nuclear power plants around the world have a safety limit for their employees set at 50-100 microsieverts per day. Most probably you will get more radiation during your flight to Kiev.

    When visiting the exclusion zone

    Wear clothes & shoes, which protect body, head, hands and feet. No shorts, skirts or sandals.

    Comply with the radiation safety rules and health and safety
    regulations.

    Strictly comply with all instructions of the licensed tour guide.

    When moving around from area to area, we will have set routes, please stick to the route of the tour guide . Do not wonder off at any time.

    Follow the personal hygienic rules.

    It is prohibited to:

    Bring in any kind of weapon.
    Drink alcohol or bring in or have taken any drugs.
    Eat anything in the open air.
    Touch any buildings or vegetation in the area.
    Please do not sit, or place anything on the ground.
    Take anything outside the zone;
    Violate dress code (open-type shoes, shorts, skirts);
    Stay in the zone without the guide, responsible for the group;
    Drink water from wells, rivers and other open water sources. It is allowed to use water only from Chernobyl water supply system, or water from stores.

    All instructions of the tour guide shall be binding for visitors. Photographing and filming on the designated route shall be subject to authorisation of the tour guide. Leaving the exclusion zone and the zone of absolute (mandatory) resettlement it is necessary to:

    Pass the compulsory radiation control of clothes, foot wear, personal items;
    Pass compulsory radiation control of transport.

    If contamination exceeds the established control levels, personal clothes, foot wear, and items are subject to decontamination. Possible irradiation dose is up to 3 microSv, which does not exceed the dose limit of population.

    I have read the above stated rules and confirm that I do not have any medical contraindications.

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