Saturday, 06 March 2021

5G arsonists damage more than 20 masts over the Easter break

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 15 April 20

One of the damaged towers provided connectivity to the newly created Nightingale Hospital

Criminal damage to telecommunication infrastructure continued throughout the UK across the Easter holiday, with a further 22 suspected cases identified. The attacks come as a result of a number of bizarre conspiracy theories linking 5G to the coronavirus – a claim which has been repeatedly scientifically debunked. What is worse, the coronavirus pandemic has made communication infrastructure more vital than ever, and damage to towers can have dire consequences…

Criminal damage to telecommunication infrastructure continued throughout the UK across the Easter holiday, with a further 22 suspected cases identified. The attacks come as a result of a number of bizarre conspiracy theories linking 5G to the coronavirus – a claim which has been repeatedly scientifically debunked. What is worse, the coronavirus pandemic has made communication infrastructure more vital than ever, and damage to towers can have dire consequences…

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