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5G does NOT cause Coronavirus: Here's why

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Sunny Obinna
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Published on 17 Apr 2020 / In Technology

Conspiracy theories linking the next-gen mobile technology 5G to the current coronavirus pandemic are everywhere on social media. But there's no scientific evidence to suggest 5G has anything to do with coronavirus.

***MORE INFORMATION***
5G has no link to COVID-19, and Facebook, YouTube are taking down posts -- https://cnet.co/2S00gkD
YouTube bans videos falsely claiming 5G causes COVID-19 -- https://cnet.co/3ahnyIW
WhatsApp limits message forwarding to curb misinformation spread -- https://cnet.co/3cmNnIU

***OTHER SOURCES***
'Do cruise ships have 5G?': Search data shows worrying spike in coronavirus conspiracy theories -- https://bit.ly/3euJWBW
Characterization of spike glycoprotein of SARS-CoV-2 on virus entry and its immune cross-reactivity with SARS-CoV -- https://go.nature.com/34JX7dS
The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2 -- https://go.nature.com/3agv6vs
Who was first to launch 5G? Depends who you ask -- https://reut.rs/2XFz2TS
Social media fuels wave of coronavirus misinformation as users focus on popularity, not accuracy -- https://bit.ly/3ahH3km
Social media fuels wave of coronavirus misinformation as users focus on popularity, not accuracy -- https://bit.ly/2VyGqhb
New Images of Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 Now Available -- https://bit.ly/2yZFoD9
5G and other telecommunications do not affect the immune system -- https://bit.ly/34MpeZF

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