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Here in America, the roll-out of 5G has begun. However, the actual safety of 5G high-millimeter wave radiation has, to date, never been proven.
There has been no Pre-Market Testing done on 5G.
While the FCC has managed to stay on track with their deployment of 5G in the States regardless of the lack of evidence of its safety, the government of Denmark is not having as easy a time.
It seems the Minister of Telecommunications in Denmark is coming up against a wall in his attempt to get clearance for the roll-out of 5G in his country. In order for the new network to get green-lighted in Denmark, it needs to be reviewed and assessed by the Danish Health Authority as 'safe' for the pubic.
The Danish Health Authority, however, has stated that they were not given enough information to be able to assess the safety of 5G.
"We have not been provided the necessary information to perform a valid health assessment.”
However, the Danish Telecommunications Ministry took it upon themselves to explain to the Danish Health Authority in a two page document why 5G was perfectly safe. According to the Telecommunications Ministry, the amount of projected increase of background radiation by the installation of the 5G Network will be only "between 10 and 20% by 2025". This increase, according to the Telecommunications Ministry is negligible and poses no health risks to the public.
The Danish Health Authority responded to the Telecommunications Ministry by calling their evidence "grossly inadequate" and continuing to refuse to assess this new network until ample information regarding 5G can be made available to them.
"The health authority had yet to be provided even the most basic information about 5G and therefore was unable to perform a health assessment of the technology."
It seems that in Denmark, the system of government might be working a bit better than here in the States, where the roll-out of 5G has been approved by the FCC regardless of any evidence of its safety.
“It’s very clear from the internal memos that the Danish Health Authority expressed a real and valid concern regarding 5G."
This concern led to the Health Authority refusing to approve the roll-out of 5G in Denmark.
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