Millennium hotel staff in London test postive for radiation

07 December 2006
Millennium hotel staff in London test postive for radiation

Seven members of staff at the Millennium Hotel in London's Grosvenor Square have tested positive for low-level radiation poisoning.

The hotel was one of the places visited by former KGB agent Alexander Litvenenko on 1 November, who was killed by radiation poisoning.

Officials have said that the seven, who worked at the hotel's Pine Bar, face no short-term risk to their health.

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