The numbers read Cs-137 129,746 Bq + Cs-134 122,676 Bq = 252,422 Bq/kg
To spell it out for you. A person OUTSIDE the evacuation in Minami soma shi zone some 30km from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Who had a whole body counter check. Got a internal reading of more than 250.000 Becquerels of radioactive Ceasium-137 and 134.
This means that person had severe internal exposure!
The average human experiences 4400 becquerels from decaying potassium-40 which is naturally present within the body. Ceasium-137 have a half-life of 30 years and Ceasium-134 have a half-life of 2 years .
After the Chernobyl disaster Soviet authorities started evacuating people from the area around Chernobyl only on the second day after the disaster (after 36 hours). By May 1986, about a month later, all those living within a 30 km (18 mile) radius of the plant — about 116,000 people — had been relocated. This area is often referred to as the zone of alienation (Picture). However, radiation affected the area in a much wider scale than this 30 km radius.
According to reports from Soviet scientists, 28,000 km² (10,800 mi²) were contaminated by cesium-137 to levels greater than 185 kBq/m². Roughly 830,000 people lived in this area. About 10,500 km ² (4,000 mi²) were contaminated by caesium-137 to levels greater than 555 kBq/m². Of this total, roughly 7,000 km² (2,700 mi²) lie in Belarus, 2,000 km² (800 mi²) in the Russian Federation and 1,500 km² (580 mi²) in Ukraine. About 250,000 people lived in this area. These reported data were corroborated by the International Chernobyl Project.
Posted by Mochizuki on August 11th, 2011 From: http://fukushima-diary.com/2011/08/breaking-news-a-citizen-of-minami-soma-shi-turned-out-to-have-had-severe-internal-exposure/