Why COVID-19 is linked to 5G launch
There are studies and research that the Coronavirus outbreak may be linked to the launch of the 5G internet services in China, in November 2019.
Popular American singer, Keri Hilson took to her social media handles to say this in a series of posts on Sunday night.
She noted that the outbreak of the virus started shortly after the launch of 5G network on Nov 1, 2019.
She said in her tweet: “I’m saying there have been lots of studies & experiments that point to the possibility that the dangerous levels of electromagnetic radiation (5G) could be causing the contagious virus.”
She disputed claims that the presence of melanin among people with black skin in Africa was responsible for the low spread in Africa, insisting that the low spread was traceable to the absence of 5G network in Africa.
A part of her Instagram post read:
“5G was invented in…you guessed it—CHINA. It launched Nov 1, 2019, in 50 Chinese cities with between 86,000-130,000 5G base stations by the end of 2019. The 3 largest network operators worked together in a race to be FIRST…only 5 months after retrieving 5G licenses. Those vids we saw of people in China literally dropping dead out of nowhere?? Eerily close to the Nov launch.”
She recalled that several experts had warned against the dangers of the 5G technology, and advised people to take measures to protect themselves, particularly from the towers which she described as dangerous.
“And to those like me who want to take any measures of protection against it—(although the towers are more dangerous)—you can protect your home & family by going to ur phone Settings to disable LTE under “Cellular Data Options,” which knocks your data speed down to 3 or 4G.