Amid Nuclear Fears, Governments Stock Up, Prepare To Distribute Pills to Counteract Radiation Poisoning | Harbingers Daily
Preparing for a possible nuclear incident, the country of Romania, which shares a border with Ukraine, is planning to distribute potassium iodide tablets to its populations from ages 0 to 40.
The tablets are taken in the event of a nuclear hazard to counteract the effects of radiation poisoning. It does this by “filling” the thyroid with non-radioactive iodide, causing there to be no room in the gland to absorb the radioactive iodide.
YOU SHOULD ALREADY HAVE THESE PILLS