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Switzerland Abandons 5G after People get Sick

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Responding to a nationwide revolt and demand for evidence-based action, Switzerland’s environmental agency has placed an indefinite moratorium on the use of 5G.

Swiss popular opinion of 5G has been mixed, with a number of protests being held in Bern, Zurich and Geneva against its roll-out. Two cantons are currently in the process of collecting 100,000 signatures, which would require a legally binding national referendum to be held on the use of 5G. If this referendum ruled in favour of stopping the use of 5G, it would be placed in Switzerland’s constitution.

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I don't get it. The biggest telecom companies all over the world -- Verizon, AT&T, Huawei, China Telecom. Vodafone, Nippon Telecom -- they are all pouring billions into 5G technology without health testing. But it seems that the health effects are so immediate and so obvious that they may never be able to make any money before the system has to be abandoned.

It's different from cigarettes or Vioxx which take years for disease to show up. It's not like 4G for that matter. What are these corporate boards be thinking?

Submitted on Friday, Feb 14, 2020 at 2:27:48 AM

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