5G Networks and Corona Virus Links are Biologically Impossible


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Last Easter weekend, different mobile networks in the U.K. has reported 20 cases of telecom masts being targeted in suspected arson attacks, claiming that 5G networks are connected to coronavirus. There are conspiracy theories claims that these 5G technologies helps transmit coronavirus, which have been condemned by the scientific community, base on a report by BBC.


Scientists says that this idea of the connection between 5G technologies and coronavirus is "complete rubbish" and biologically impossible. Medical Director Stephen Powis of the NHS England branded this conspiracy theories as "the worst kind of fake news."



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As based on BBC's report, sharing of posts are pushing a conspiracy theory falsely claims that these 5G networks - which is used in mobile phones and relies on signals carried by radio waves - is somehow responsible for coronavirus. In late January, these theories appear to have first emerged thru Facebook posts, around the same time when the first cases were recorded in the United States.


They appear to fall broadly in to two camps:

  1. One claims that 5G can suppress the immune system, thus making people more susceptible to catching the virus, and,

  2. The other suggests the virus can somehow be transmitted through the use of 5G technology.

Dr. Simon Clarke, Associate Professor in cellular microbiology at the University of Reading, says that these notions are "complete rubbish." This idea of 5G lowers your immune system doesn't stand up to scrutiny and your immune system can be dipped by all sorts of thing - by being tired o