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The Covid-19 outbreak has fueled many conspiracy theories. (Getty Images, Gallo Images)
The Covid-19 outbreak has fueled many conspiracy theories. (Getty Images, Gallo Images)

With large amounts of conspiracy theories out there, we need to be selective about what we believe and also do research into the claims, writes George Claassen.

The installation of 5G mobile phone technology caused Covid-19 and is acting as an accelerator for Covid-19. It will cause an outbreak of cancer and should be stopped at all costs. 5G technology on school grounds will be responsible for a rapid rise in leukemia in children. Viruses can communicate with each other by means of electromagnetic signals.

These are just a few of the outrageous, non-evidenced based, if not laughable claims members of the public are exposed to with the introduction of 5G technology.

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