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            Coronavirus 5G conspiracy theory debunked: Experts say there’s no connection

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            As the novel coronavirus spreads around the world, bizarre theories have emerged online linking 5G technology to the COVID-19 pandemic.

            The theories range from 5G radiation – and not the novel coronavirus – being the true cause of sicknesses to claims that the radiation is damaging people’s immune systems, thus making them more likely to contract the virus.

            A mobile phone mast on January 18, 中国体彩票手机版下载 in Cardiff, United Kingdom.

            A mobile phone mast on January 18, 中国体彩票手机版下载 in Cardiff, United Kingdom. (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Getty Images)

            Proponents of these theories say that COVID-19’s emergence in by health researchers showed that the virus can last for up to 24 hours on cardboard, three days on plastic or stainless steel, and even hours in the air after someone sneezes.

            in global health at the University of Southampton, derided such “conspiracy theorists,” in an interview with the U.K.'s , calling them a “public health danger who once read a Facebook page.”

            “The celebrities fanning the flames of these conspiracy theorist should be ashamed,” he said.