UK Dismisses claims if possible connection between 5G and Coronavirus
The British Government on Wednesday dismissed a TV Presenter's claims of a possible link between 5G technology and Coronavirus, tagging it as "Complete Nonsense".
The 5G conspiracy theory that spread so widely on social media and also leading to the setting alight of a new telecoms mast in Ireland by weekend was trashed by Experts who added that 5G is based on radio frequency and has nothing to do with the current Pandemic.
The Presenter of ITV's This Morning Show, Eamon Holmes said they were dismissing the theory "when they don't know it's true"
He went on to say "What I don't accept is Mainstream media immediately slapping that down as not true when they don't know if it's not true"
"It is very easy to say it is not true because it suits the state narrative"
The Government told journalists that Holme's claims were "Complete Nonsense" and "entirely bogus" as Experts also holds the same opinion.
"There are no links between 5G technology and transmission of the novel Coronavirus"