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5G test at Telenor own site coincides with severe headaches in employees
Norway Created: 28 Sep 2019
(Auto-translated from Norwegian): Telenor has set up new 5G masts at Fornebu - several now claim to have headaches.

After Telenor opened a 5G pilot at its Fornebu headquarters, some workers in the area struggled with headaches. However, Telenor believes that the radiation is harmless.

Telenor on Tuesday opened a new 5G pilot at its own headquarters at Fornebu. With two new rooftop base stations, Telenor will test the future of mobile technology on its own. One base station runs at 3.6 GHz and is part of Telenor's 5G expansion in Norway. The second is part of a larger research project in collaboration with the EU, called 5G-VINNI, and runs at 26GHz.

Since the masts were set up, Resett has been hinted by a source, who himself works in another building at Fornebu, that several of his colleagues have had severe headaches. Since the reactions have come so abruptly after the 5G installation, it is reasonable to inquire whether it may be related, not least because of the strong strength of the signal from the 5G-VINNI mast.
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Source: Resett, Maria Zähler, 28 Sep 2019

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