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Argument for a 5G - COVID-19 Epidemic Causation Mechanism by Martin Pall, PhD

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Professor Pall writes:

'The predominant cause of death in the COVID-19 epidemic, is pneumonia and each of these five effects also have roles in pneumonia, such that each of them is predicted to greatly increase the percent of people dying death in this epidemic.  It seems highly plausible that 5G radiation is greatly increasing the spread of the epidemic and also the death rate in individuals that are infected.'

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