After setting fire to 5G signal base stations in several areas on Saturday, the British government said the conspiracy theory linking the 5G signal base station to the spread of the new corona virus was dangerously false and completely false,media reported. Asked about the “theory” that the so-called 5G tower could play a role in the spread of the new corona virus, Chief Cabinet Secretary Michael Gove said: “It’s dangerous nonsense.” “
In recent days, some mobile phone base stations in Birmingham, central England, and Merseyside in the north have been damaged, and telecoms workers have been verbally abused. With people relying more than ever on mobile phones, these disruptive activities have greatly affected people’s mobile communications.
Stephen Boyce, NHS Health’s medical director, said the 5G conspiracy theory was fake news and had no scientific basis and could undermine the emergency response.
“The 5G conspiracy theory is rubbish, pointless, and the worst fake news,” Boyce said. “The reality is that mobile communication networks are critical to all of us, especially for emergency services and health department sons. I am very angry and disgusted by the destruction of the communications infrastructure needed to respond to this health emergency. “
Vodafone, the world’s second-largest mobile operator, said the attacks had affected national security.