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Chicago suburban community deploys 5G antenna, residents express concern

Author: Zhengzhou Unicom broadband Source: Zhengzhou broadband installation Published: 2019-10-28 12:18:47 visit:

IT House October 28 News According to foreign media Govtech, residents of the Chicago suburbs of Hinsdale, West Springs, and Oak Creek expressed concern about 5G wireless antennas entering the community.

According to reports, on October 15, about 15 residents participated in a residents meeting of the Hinsdale community, urging the community to stop telecommunications companies from installing antennas needed for 5G, and they also established a Facebook page for this, as of Tuesday it had 337 Members joined. Many of them are concerned about the possible health risks from long-term exposure to radio frequency radiation.

Residents in the community suggested a working group to oppose 5G antenna installations, and Luke Stifflear, a member of the community committee, agreed to serve as a liaison. A resident said in an interview: "We have realized that the government does not always consider the best interests of residents as part of the agenda, which is sad."


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