Last week, an arson attack was recorded in Liverpool, Birmingham, and the village of Melling near Sefton, Merseyside. However, not all equipment destroyed as a result of the arson was even connected with 5G. In particular, the British mobile network operator EE confirmed that a tower that provided 2G, 3G, and 4G communications caught fire in Birmingham.
Moreover, at the moment, no scientifically based facts could link the spread of the new coronavirus or any other virus with the networks of mobile operators, including 5G.
We are aware of inaccurate information being shared online about 5G. There is absolutely no credible evidence of a link between 5G and coronavirus— DCMS (@DCMS) April 3, 2020
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This is the consequence of those bonkers Facebook conspiracy theories about 5G. Key workers getting harassed on the street. pic.twitter.com/5z35r6sabp— Charlie Haynes (@charliehtweets) April 2, 2020
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