• 03 JUL 20
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    Leszczynski on ICNIRP and 5G

    From Dariusz Leszczynski's blog, Between a Rock and A Hard Place:

    No sufficient health research on 5G but… it is OK to deploy, claims Polish government… it is safe to use, claims ICNIRP…

    WE KNOW THAT WE DON’T KNOW BUT… UNDER DICTATE FROM TELECOMS AND ICNIRP, GOVERNMENTS DEPLOY 5G WITHOUT PRE-MARKET TESTING AND WITHOUT SETTING RESEARCH AGENDA ON 5G AND HEALTH.

    Yesterday, I came across a document, posted on twitter, from the Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs. The letter from Waldemar Kraska, Secretary of State, is addressed to Ms. Elżbieta Witek, Marszałek of Sejm (Speaker of Sejm). Here is the photo of the letter and google translation to English.

    “Dear Madam Marshal,
    In response to the inquiry no. 1048 submitted by Mr. Deputy Jarosław Rzepa on June 4, 2020, regarding the introduction of 5G technology in Poland, please accept the following.

    When answering question 1, it should be noted that there is no data yet on the impact of 5G technology on the health and life of Poles – the launch of such networks has begun in recent months. In February this year WHO has found that so far little research has been done into the frequencies used in newly developed 5G networks. WHO will review the scientific evidence related to the potential health risk of 5G exposure as new technology is implemented and more public health data are available, and will conduct a health risk assessment that will be published by 2022.

    In answer to question no. 2, it should be noted that on the website of the Ministry of Digitization https://www.gov.pl/web/5g  you can find comprehensive information about the 5G network (such as technical issues, electromagnetic field health issues, applications).

    In answer to question no. 2, it should be noted that on the website of the Ministry of Digitization https://www.gov.pl/web/5g  you can find comprehensive information about the 5G network (such as technical issues, electromagnetic field health issues, applications).

    Therefore, currently there are no grounds for further action in this case.

    Waldemar Kraska, Secretary of State”

    In the letter, Mr. Kraska explains that:…SNIP

    Read the full article here

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