An update to our coverage of the rollout of new 5G technology. It promises to make our connections to the Internet— and all of the things connected to the Internet— faster and better than ever.
Now Switzerland, among the leaders in adopting 5G, has placed a moratorium on the new network due to health concerns. Officials reportedly say they need further testing on the impact of 5G radiation before they can set a standard. In the U.S. two federal agencies have said available scientific evidence does not support the idea that 5G emits enough radiation to hurt people. But there is broad concern.
The Swiss Medical Association and other medical authorities argue there are unanswered questions about the technology’s potential to cause damage to the nervous system, cancer and other health problems