In Britain, the unknown began to set fire to 5G-towers of mobile operators because of the proliferation of fakes on the relationship between the deployment of 5G networks and the pandemic coronavirus. About it on April 5 reports the BBC.
About repeated attacks on their rigs, in particular, told reporters the representatives of the company’s mobile Vodafon. Only for the fact April 5, have been reported four incidents. Arson recorded in Liverpool and Birmingham.
As writes The Verge, the source of fakes have become social networks where the spread of different theories about the relationship of coronavirus and 5G. One of them, in particular, says that the new coronavirus originated in Wuhan, because in the Chinese city was recently launched 5G. Now it presumably applies to other cities that also use 5G.
The newspaper also writes about the case when the guest is a British radio station Uckfield FM, claiming to be a nurse, said that 5G “sucks the oxygen from the human lung”. Parting with this issue, quickly spread on Facebook.
The Ministry of culture, media and sport in Britain its said on Twitter about the lack of evidence on the relationship between 5G and coronavirus.
We are aware of inaccurate information being shared online about 5G. There is absolutely no credible evidence of a link between 5G and coronavirus
For COVID-19 advice:
* NHS https://t.co/EI0XLYsqWE
* GOVUK https://t.co/aWe30Ayl8X
* Full Fact research https://t.co/QWYcc4bOEg
— DCMS (@DCMS) April 3, 2020