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One of the weird commentaries on the outbreak and spread of the coronavirus is a theory that it’s linked to the recent implementation of 5G technology. In times of crises, conspiracy theories can spread as quickly as the virus itself. While the coronavirus pandemic has tightened its grip on the world, we have all struggled – and are still struggling – to understand the magnitude of the situation. The cherry on top was 5G.

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