NATE Warns Wireless Workers About Planned 5G Protests

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NATE: The Communications Infrastructure Contractors Association, is warning wireless workers to be careful around tower sites this Saturday. Their reason for precaution is because various groups around the world plan to protest 5G deployment on June 6.

A Facebook post reads: “Take action to spread awareness about the dangers of wireless radiation and 5G, and to call for safe wired connections. Let’s keep the momentum going and protect the Earth and skies!!” Previous similar protests occurred in January, according to the message from stop5ginternational.org.

NATE as an organization has heard through official channels that there are 5G Global Protest Day activities being planned throughout the country this Saturday, June 6,” the organization said in an advisory bulletin to member companies Thursday. “NATE member companies set themselves apart by embodying the characteristics of work ethic, professionalism, safety and quality on a daily basis. NATE reminds our member companies and their employees to remain safe, exercise vigilance and report any unusual or suspicious activities that they witness when traveling to and working at tower sites this weekend.”

Some conspiracy theorists mistakenly link 5G to the coronavirus. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Wireless Infrastructure Association President/CEO Jonathan Adelstein and other industry leaders refute those claims, Inside Towers reported.  

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