The tablets will be offered to anyone who lives or works within 10 miles of the power plants and will be available for pickup on Sept. 15.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Department of Health announced Friday that it will offer free potassium iodide (KI) tablets to certain members of the public on Thursday, Sept. 15.
The pills will be offered to Pennsylvanians who are within 10 miles of the state’s four active nuclear power plants as part of routine preventive efforts in case of a future emergency.
The facilities are Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Beaver Valley Power Station, Limerick Generating Station, and Susquehanna Steam Electric Station.
The tablets will be offered to anyone who lives or works within 10 miles of these power plants.
The pills will be available for pickup—no appointment necessary—at the following locations on Sept. 15:
Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station – 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Peach Bottom Recreation Center, 5 Pendyrus St., Delta, Pa., 17314
- East …