Siao7 wrote: Jezza13 wrote: Option or Prime wrote:
Seriously there is no basis for this. In order to affect a change in molecular structure the radiation has to have sufficent energy to break chemical bonds. 5G signals can do this, neither can they penetrate the skin to allow a virus to pass into the body. They are too weak.
There is a more complete explanation here 5G radiation and coronavirus
Before you ask, I have a PhD in organic chemistry and studied synthesising anti cancer drugs.
The only way your phone can give you coronavirus is if an infected person has spoken into the phone and left droplets of water containing the virus on it. When you use the same phone you could breath those in.
Clean it with washing up liquid on a cloth or tissue, then remove that soap film with a clean damp tissue till the soap is gone. If you have it misting with isopropyl alcohol works well and simply evaporates.
Summary: 5G and coronavirus are not linked in any way.
Thanks O & P. I'll read the article & do a bit of reading over the long weekend.
Incidentally, just a quick message to all you guys in Europe, the UK
& US. While at the moment I don't think i've ever been so thankful to live where I live, I just want to say my thoughts are with all you guy's living through the horror this virus has brought. Moving into the Easter weekend, please isolate as much as possible & be vigilant when sanitizing. Take care ya'll. Stay strong, stay stoic & most of all, stay inside.
Still in Europe mate!
Apart from joking, thank you, I think everyone will echo these thoughts, take care and don't be selfish, it is really tempting to go out these days.
Yes, echoed here, hope you all manage to stay safe!
I am beginning to believe that our household has had the virus now after seeing a video posted up by a doctor in the UK whose household all tested positive relatively early on when the UK were testing more people with the symptoms.
Her family all had mild symptoms. Bad headache, fever (although two of them didn't get a fever), cough (two had dry coughs, two had more wet coughs and not THAT persistent), awful sore throat and a slight shortness of breath a bit like being at a high altitude.
Those symptoms are almost exactly what my 20yo step-son had first (so we all self isolated for the seven days the UK government were recommending at the time (since increased to 14 I know)), then my wife had the same a couple of days later. I then developed the symptoms six days later, followed by my 18yo step-daughter.
We're all through it now, out of self-isolation and both myself and my wife carried on working (from home) throughout our illness. Put it this way, we would have probably carried on going to work if we hadn't been in the middle of a pandemic - which was exactly what the doctor said in her video, that under normal circumstances they would have just carried on despite feeling quite rough.
There is only one person in our household that didn't display symptoms, which is my 18yo daughter that also lives with us. She suffers from brittle asthma so as soon as the first person had symptoms we made sure she was kept as far away as poss, using the kitchen on her own etc and obviously cleaning everything meticulously.
Step-son and step-daughter are both classed as "key workers" and still have to work. One works in retail for The Range and because they have an Iceland Frozen Foods in-store the shop remains open. The other works for a milk distribution depot so they are open and still working.
Myself and wife are also classed as key workers but can work from home so have been doing that since well before the lockdown anyway because we were self isolating due to Cameron (step-son) showing symptoms.
Not sure what I'm trying to say really with all of this and apologies if I've waffled on a lot - I think I'm missing talking to different people maybe!
But I guess the symptoms of this virus can be so varied for different people and we'll never truly know who's actually had it until the antibody test is offered to the whole population, if that ever happens.
If we HAVE all had it in our house, then I am very thankful that we got off incredibly lightly......