Day 9 - Saturday, March 19
- Electricity is restored at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant.
- Engineers are still working to restore power supplies to the plant's cooling systems.
- There is water in the storage pool of unit 4.
- Power has been recovered for units No. 5 and No. 6 and so has the cooling capability.
- There are no major changes in other reactors (units 1-3).
- Food contamination in spinach from Ibaraki prefecture, and milk from Fukushima prefecture was reported. Authorities say there is no immediate risk.
- Shortages of fuel and vehicles, along with damaged infrastructure are hampering relief operations.
- Some 2.3 million are without water in 12 prefectures.
Day 10 - Sunday, March 20
- Engineers are still working to restore power supplies to the Fukushima's cooling systems.
- The Government has requested that the housing industry construct 30,000 homes for the displaced
- Pressure at reactor 3, reported to rise and was subsequently reported to stabilize.
Day 11 - Monday, March 21
- Electricity has been restored to three reactors at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant.
- the cooling systems at the plant are not yet operating.
- Some workers at the facility were temporarily evacuated after gray smoke was seen rising from reactor No 3.
- White smoke was seen later rising from reactor No. 2.