There was a large scale violence on 5G facilities in Birmingham UK yesterday as a result of weeks of conspiracy theory suggesting that coronavirus was caused by 5G technology.
According to The Sun newspaper in the UK,
“The government has also confirmed there is “no evidence to suggest that 5G has anything to do with Covid-19”.
Celebs have been slammed for sharing the conspiracy theory, including Jason Gardiner and Callum Best, who posted similar claims that 5G can impact the immune system.
But the claims have still been doing the rounds on WhatsApp via a lengthy voice note – with phone masts now being set alight in the UK.
Engineers are now also being targeted with social media users encouraging each other to destroy the masts in a Stop 5G Facebook group”.