We have learned through official channels that there are 5g global protest days across the country this Saturday, Nate said in a statement. We would like to remind our member companies and their employees to be safe and alert when they go to work at the base station this weekend, and report any abnormal or suspicious activities.
It is reported that Nate is a non-profit trade association representing companies in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, China, Singapore, Spain, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Ghana, Israel, Jamaica, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Trinidad.
Previously, conspiracy theories on the Internet tried to link the new coronavirus epidemic with the introduction of 5g technology. Although there is no scientific basis, several 5g base station towers have been burned in some European countries.
To prevent conspiracy theories from spreading, Facebook, youtube and twitter all promised to delete the fake news. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) also made it very clear that 5g technology will not cause new coronavirus.
Currently, Nate, T-Mobile, Verizon and CTIA, representing the U.S. wireless industry, have not commented on the protest.
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