At last, the first study has emerged regarding the very clear relationship between “coronavirus” outbreaks and the presence of 5G networks. Thanks to Claire Edwards for making this available in English his gifts in his paintings.
The method used was to compare the incidence (no. of cases per 1000 inhabitants) between countries with and without 5G technology. Between regions of the same country with and without 5G technology. Between cities of the same state with and without 5G technology. Between different neighbourhoods of the same city with the 5G network map of that city. Comparing states with common borders with and without 5G technology. Comparing the case of one state within another, as is the case of San Marino.
– The data for each chart were taken on the same day. Graphic results and data published below:
- Chart of the 9 countries with the most infections worldwide.
- Chart and rates of infection of the 5 countries with the highest incidence in Europe.
- Chart and rates of infection of 4 nearby countries at the same latitude: Portugal,
- Spain, Italy, Greece.
- San Marino: comparison of rates of infection with Italy and Croatia.
- Italy: Incidence chart and 5G network.
- Spain: 5G coverage chart and rates of infection.
- Barcelona: Charts with 5G coverage and rates of infection.
- Madrid: 5G coverage charts and rates of infection.
- New York: coronavirus incidence chart and 5G network.
- “Border effect” between Mexico and the USA.
- Canada, USA and Mexico: chart of 5G networks and rates of infection.
- Africa: 5G network chart.
- Persian Gulf: 5G network and US military bases.
- Chart and rates of infection of China and neighbouring countries.