5G News in brief: some  governments act responsibly, UK government not one of them

5G resistance grows despite industry efforts to pretend the dangers don't exist

5G resistance grows despite industry efforts to pretend the dangers don’t exist

NIGERIA SUSPENDS ROLLOUT OF 5G
On May 5, the Nigerian Senate asked its Committee on Communications, Science, Technology and ICT, and its Committee on Health, to conduct a thorough investigation into 5G technology, and asked the federal agency responsible for telecommunications to suspend deployment of 5G “until a thorough probe to determine its suitability for human health has been achieved.”

“Senator Opeyemi Bamidele said it would be irresponsible of any government to subscribe to a technology that won’t be safe for its citizens,” reported the daily newspaper Punch.

SLOVENIA HALTS 5G
5G has been halted in Slovenia while officials take more time to investigate health effects of the new technology. A letter from Minister Rudi Medved (unofficial translation below) states they will reopen the debate on potential health risks.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA PUTS A HA LT ON 5G DEVELOPMENT

PNG’s ICT Minister wants the country’s internet providers to hold off on any development of 5G until all risks from the new technology are evaluated.

MEANWHILE . . . 

Over 180 Cities in Italy have passed Halt 5G Resolutions.

Several cities in USA have passed protective ordinances to restrict 5G in neighborhoods.

Municipalities worldwide are slowing and halting the 5G rollout because of published research showing harm from wireless radiation.

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