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Lecturer claims 5G accelerates linked to novel Coronavirus

There are fears that 5G wifi networks could be acting as an “accelerator” for the coronavirus pandemic.

A new theory claims that the symptoms of the virus – high fever, coughing and shortness of breath – is the human body responding to exposure to 5G.

Tanja Rebel, an anti-5G activist and philosophy lecturer at the Isle of Wight College, said: “Many studies show that Electro-Magnetic Radiation (EMR) suppresses the immune system and that it helps viruses and bacteria thrive.”


“So EMR and in particular 5G could act as an accelerator for the disease. We do not know for sure, but common sense and the precautionary principle decree that we urgently need a moratorium on the roll-out of 5G until we can show that it is safe.”

The theory has been met with skepticism by experts, with the UK’s independent fact-checking charity, Full Fact, saying: “This is incorrect, the new coronavirus is a virus and there is no evidence that 5G is harmful to people’s health.”

According to a report on the BBC, the UK government is keen to crackdown the spread of fake news. These claims from Rebel are not verifiable as it does not specifically show any proven linkages to coronavirus pandemic, and therefore could create panic as the world faces-off against the Coronavirus pandemic.

However, many seem to be oblivious to prior research that links 5G connectivity to health concerns.

According to the BBC, in 2014 the World Health Organization (WHO) said that “no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use”.

However, the WHO together with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified all radio frequency radiation (of which mobile signals are a part) as “possibly carcinogenic”.

More scholars and scientists are speaking out against the dangers of the 5G network.

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