A crew from Verizon installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, on December 3, 2019. Conspiracy theories around the health effects of 5G frequencies have inspired fear among some people despite the lack of evidence those effects exist. Photo: Reuters A crew from Verizon installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, on December 3, 2019. Conspiracy theories around the health effects of 5G frequencies have inspired fear among some people despite the lack of evidence those effects exist. Photo: Reuters
A crew from Verizon installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, on December 3, 2019. Conspiracy theories around the health effects of 5G frequencies have inspired fear among some people despite the lack of evidence those effects exist. Photo: Reuters

Letters | 5G health effect claims not backed by science or common sense

Topic |   5G
A crew from Verizon installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, on December 3, 2019. Conspiracy theories around the health effects of 5G frequencies have inspired fear among some people despite the lack of evidence those effects exist. Photo: Reuters A crew from Verizon installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, on December 3, 2019. Conspiracy theories around the health effects of 5G frequencies have inspired fear among some people despite the lack of evidence those effects exist. Photo: Reuters
A crew from Verizon installs 5G telecommunications equipment on a tower in Orem, Utah, on December 3, 2019. Conspiracy theories around the health effects of 5G frequencies have inspired fear among some people despite the lack of evidence those effects exist. Photo: Reuters
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