Switzerland Halts 5G Rollout Due to Health Concerns, Widespread Public OppositionChris Menahan
Feb. 13, 2020
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"Switzerland, one of the world's leaders in the rollout of 5G mobile technology, has placed an indefinite moratorium on the use of its new network because of health concerns," The Financial Times reports.
Switzerland is relatively advanced in Europe in adopting 5G. The wealthy alpine country has built more than 2,000 antennas to upgrade its network in the last year alone, and its telecoms providers have been promising their customers’ imminent 5G coverage for most of the past year.There have been zero major studies on the health effects of 5G.
On the other hand, there are tons of studies showing WiFi in its current form can have a multitude of negative effects on our health, they're generally just ignored by our governments and media (the UK recently went as far as banning an advertisement warning about the dangers of 5G).
Here's another study from just a few months ago.
From BioNews, 7 May 2019, "WiFi devices affect sperm, suggests study":
A small study by researchers in Japan has indicated that exposure to WiFi may have detrimental effects on sperm function.5G towers are exponentially stronger than current WiFi devices and they want them to be in everyone's neighborhoods within just a few dozen yards of people's homes for maximum efficiency.
Kudos to the people of Switzerland for rising up against this lunacy, more folks need to follow suit.
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