World laughing at the myth that 5G spreads Coronavirus

When the whole world pointed fingers at China for starting a Bio-War via Wuhan Virus, a certain section of the media started to shift the focus of the issue by claiming that 5G Network and its radiation is spreading Corona Virus.

This Myth gained traction when in an interview in January, a Belgium doctor included the words that the radiation from the 5G test towers could have given rise to the virus in bats which infected to humans via pangolins.

Some reported on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook that people in some countries like the UK and Ireland are seen attacking 5G masts as they are spreading the Novel COVID 19 Virus to our Humans.

Reacting to the news NHS GP Gero Baiarda said that the theory claimed by some experts from Belgium and those following it in the UK is completely false. Meaning, Gero wants to announce to the world that 5G doesn’t pave the way to the spread of the Chinese Virus- renamed by US President Donald Trump.

It’s simple, for a Coronavirus to infect a human body it needs to be absorbed by receptors that are in our mucous membrane found in the nose, eyes, throat, and lungs.

DR Gero added to his statement that 5G technology doesn’t weaken the immune system in humans and cannot travel through radio waves emitted by the masts as the waves carry little energy to cause harm. It is a virus that spreads through human contact and can only be eradicated if humans start practicing social distancing, maintain hygiene, self-isolation ( if & when Infected) develop a habit of washing hands thoroughly and keep their surroundings clean.

In fact, the wavelength emitted by Microwaves and Inverters is more powerful than the waves emitted by the 5G network towers. However, both are safe for humans and cannot cause harm to them.

And as Corona cannot move on its own, it has spread in countries like the US, UK, and the Middle East through handshakes, sneeze, cough and by touch.

Hope, the myth among some technologists who are pointlessly arguing wrongly on Twitter is cleared.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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