By B.N. Frank
Cities worldwide AND entire countries have taken action to ban, delay, halt, and limit 5G installation AS WELL AS issue moratoriums.
Opposition in France is increasing among citizens as well as legislators (see 1, 2). Last week a TV station in France aired a segment about 5G and wireless health risks. Protesters have also stopped 20 trees from being cut down for a 5G antenna.
Loggers Halted After Demonstrators Protested 5G Antenna in Sizun Finistere France
Loggers were proceeding to fell about twenty trees in area where the antennas were to be located. But protesters climbed the trees, making the operation too dangerous. Unable to work, the companies mobilized on the site were forced to turn back. Protesters voiced that the antennas were to close to residents and they raised the issue of health and environmental impacts.
Le Telegramme: 5 G antenna: demonstrators prevent the work
WORLDWIDE ACTION ON 5G
In the United States, the New Hampshire Commission to Study the Environmental and Health Effects of Evolving 5G Technology has released its final report recommending reducing public exposure to radio frequency radiation, measuring RF radiation levels and replacing Wi-Fi with wireless devices. Resolutions to halt 5G have been passed by Hawaii County, Farragut Tennessee and Easton Connecticut. Cities such as Los Altos, Petaluma, Mill Valley, and San Diego CountyCalifornia have adopted policies to restrict 5G small cells near homes. Oregon passed a Bill to study Wi-Fi health effects.