A recent viral attack has linked Coronavirus to 5G connectivity.
Nightingale Hospitals are being set up as centers to treat the virus by the NHS. But due to the seriousness of the pandemic, people will not be able to meet their loved ones even on death beds.
The network of Vodafone has been attacked by Arsonists and caused vital phone signal disruptions in the region.
Wow!! What can I say the scale of the place is unbelievable to the eye.. the engineering and set up of the place is unrecognisable but i hope in my heart of hearts it’s capacity is not required.. but if it is then we are READY and we are NHS Nightingale #NHSNightingale pic.twitter.com/KoYvRrNWb0
— Ellie Morrison (@EllieMo73186623) April 9, 2020
Nick Jeffery, chief of Vodafone said “It’s heart-rending enough that families cannot be there at the bedside of loved ones who are critically ill”, owing to selfish conspiracy theories.
He was empathetic towards the families who could not even make the final phone call to their loved ones before losing them. There is no distinct scientific connection between Coronavirus and 5G, but arsonists have still attacked 20 mobile device masts of the firm. The mast attack on Birmingham this week was not a 5G tower.
Many celebrities, influencers, and politicians have been spreading fake news regarding the spread of Coronavirus all over the internet. Researchers have repeatedly asked people to not believe in such news and warned the people to not spread such unrealistic theories.