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Link to Article ; https://ee.co.uk/why-ee/glastonbury

EE has said it will install five temporary masts across the Worthy Farm site, which will enable festival-goers to connect to 2G, 3G, 4G and for the first time 5G networks.

EE is predicting a record amount of 200,000 people June 26th and June 30th 2019.

Bristol university already has its own 5G network surrounding the uni and a cluster of suicides has already been documented.

In the United States, in destinations where 5G networks are already prominent and in use, sudden “spikes” in depression, anxiety, and even suicides have been recorded.

EE’s First 16 5G Cities

Phase One
London
Cardiff
Edinburgh
Belfast
Birmingham
Manchester

Phase Two
Glasgow
Newcastle
Liverpool
Leeds
Hull
Sheffield
Nottingham
Leicester
Coventry
Bristol

“This is Phase 1 of EE’s 5G rollout: a ‘non-standalone’ deployment focused on using the combined power of 4G and 5G to give customers the fastest, most reliable mobile broadband experience they’ve ever had,” says the blurb.

“Phase 2, from 2022, will introduce the full next generation 5G core network, enhanced device chipset capabilities, and increased availability of 5G-ready spectrum. Higher bandwidth and lower latency, coupled with expansive and growing 5G coverage, will enable a more responsive network, enabling truly immersive mobile augmented reality, real-time health monitoring, and mobile cloud gaming. Phase 2 is also a vital step on our journey to the convergence of our network technologies, as we bring together fixed, mobile and WiFi into one seamless customer experience.

“Phase 3, from 2023, will introduce Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC), Network Slicing and multi-gigabit-per-second speeds. This phase of 5G will enable critical applications like real-time traffic management of fleets of autonomous vehicles. https://www.telecomtv.com/content/5g/no-e-numbers-for-ee-uk-telco-announces-six-city-non-standalone-5g-launch-35239/

EE claimed it was prepping a “State of the art 5G network… making Glastonbury the UK’s first 5G-connected Festival.” 

Everyone is so caught up with the marketing hype of super quick internet speeds that they have failed to realise the serious effects that it can have on their health. Corporations didn’t get to where they are today from marketing the ill effect of their products. 

Enforced exposure of the population to experimental 5G frequencies is breaking the law. It’s against our human rights and violates the Nuremberg Code.

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