Australian researchers find radio waves from 5G are safe

Wednesday 7 April 2021 | 08:54 CET | News
Australia's Department of Communications reports that two new scientific reviews from Australian researchers have found no evidence of adverse health effect from radio waves used in 5G. In the first review, researchers from Swinburne University of Technology and the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) examined 138 studies on low-level radio waves above 6 GHz, including experimental studies on the biological effects of low-level millimetre waves and epidemiological studies on exposure to radar which used radio waves similar to 5G.

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