Once again 5G and coronavirus combine in latest conspiracy theory
Pall pointed out that Wuhan is China’s first smart city, and the number of 5G base stations operated by the city has increased from 31 at the end of 2018 to more than 10,000 a year later. The professor said that with the increase in the number of Wuhan 5G towers, the severity of this spread is also increasing. This theory led to violent attacks on 5G towers by Chinese and British saboteurs. Interestingly, although Harrelson helped spread the theory, the fact is that the actor admitted that he never reviewed Pall’s report.
This weekend, the 5G collusion theory begins. These reports claim that the metal sheet found in the surgical mask was a 5G antenna. As stated in “Forbes”The worry is that these “antennas” are used to track people using 5G signals or to make people sick. As most people know, the reason for the flexible metal strip is to make the mask fit more tightly on the bridge of the nose so that the mask does not leave a gap every time the wearer exhales.
Since the 1970s, current surgical masks have appeared in their current form, long before smartphones entered our lives. At that time, the metal strip was inside the mask, so we can assure you that it has nothing to do with the 5G signal. If you want to know how and by whom these rumors spread, Georgia WMAZ a video of a woman cutting a surgical mask to reveal the metal band inside. She called it a 5G line (or similar line; it was inaudible at that time), and said it reached your brain directly. really? Absolutely not. Don’t use these ridiculous conspiracy , don’t wear masks or take advantage of faster 5G connections.

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