Gove warns 5G-coronavirus conspiracy theory is ‘dangerous nonsense’

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Michael Gove said at a Downing Street press conference the conspiracy theory that links 5G technology to the spread of coronavirus is ‘dangerous nonsense’ after mobile phone masts around the UK were attacked. He was joined by the national medical director of the NHS, Stephen Powis, who added: ‘I’m absolutely outraged, absolutely disgusted, that people would be taking action against the very infrastructure that we need to respond to this health emergency’
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