UK says 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory is disgusting fake nonsense
LONDON The conspiracy concepts that often 5G mobile phone telecommunications masts contribute in generating the novel coronavirus is disturbing worthless newscast and entirely untrue, Britain said on Saturday.
“That is just nonsense, dangerous nonsense as well,” British Cabinet Officer Minister Michael Gove, while you’re asked relating to the belief by the writer.
NHS England’s countrywide medical treatment director, Stephen Powis, said the ‘theory’ was also full nonsense.
“The 5G story is complete and utter rubbish, it’s nonsense, it’s the worst kind of fake news,” Powis said. “The reality is that the mobile phone keeps in contact are surely critical to all of everybody, particularly during the time when we are asking people to stay at home or office.”
“Those are also the phone networks that are used by our emergency services and our health workers and I’m absolutely outraged, absolutely disgusted that people would be taking action against the very infrastructure that we need to respond to this health emergency,” Powis said.