The President of 'Believers Love World' known as Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome while preaching to his congregation on a live TV program has linked the Coronavirus pandemic and 5G network to the antichrist.

According to the report on 'Daily Post'; that The cleric said that the 5G is making a lot of people sick and that it is what the new world order wants to use to achieve its aim of connecting the entire world with the mark of the beast, and that these plots are part of the antichrist’s plan for a new world order which includes: one-world government, one world religion, and one world economy.

The cleric is said to back his claim with Revelation Chapter 13 and took his time to analyze it according to a product of his research in a viral video.

But The UK’s national medical director for NHS England, Stephen Powis, has a contrary opinion, he condemned vandals in the country who attacked new 5G mobile phone network masts, after discredited claims it helped spread the coronavirus.

Powis called the 5G and coronavirus theory “absolute and utter rubbish” and said he was “absolutely outraged (and) disgusted”

that vital infrastructure in the United Kingdom had been targeted during a national emergency.

Where did the conspiracy come from?

Many of these arguments trace back to the discussions that pop up every few years about the potential health impact of using cellphones at all.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization web sites, ongoing studies have yet to provide any clear link between what’s called non-ionizing radiation that all forms of radio signals generate –everything from cellphones to TV transmissions to traditional radio signals – and human health.

(FYI, non-ionizing radiation is a form that doesn’t have the potential to cause atomic-level changes to cells as, for example, X-rays or other more serious forms of radiation can if you are exposed to them for long periods.)

To be fair, these health organizations also don’t completely rule out the possibility of non-ionizing radiation having some impact on human health, saying simply that more science still needs to be done on long-term exposure to it. However, virtually all of their caution relates to the possibility of causing cancer after years (or even decades) of usage – not just one month.

What does the science say?

In the latest scientific study from the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection — an organization that the WHO specifically refers to on its website concerning overall RF frequency-related health matters — they concluded that health-related concerns for 5G overall are not a threat.

Specifically, they pointed out that if the signal levels being generated remain below their suggested settings, which all current devices and networks do, that public health impacts are not a concern. Tests have shown that some networks in the UK function at less than 1% of the organization’s recommended levels.

Interestingly, there were absolutely no concerns mentioned for sub-6 GHz 5G signals in the ICNIRP report.

The only additions that were made in the 2020 version of the report over the original 1998 version were comments about exposure to frequencies above 6 GHz, including millimeter-wave. Even here, however, the revisions merely suggest limiting long-term exposure to high-strength signals in these upper frequencies.

How 5G waves work

As luck would have it, the physics of millimeter-wave signals inherently limits the distance they can travel before they dissipate into “nothingness” (for more on the details of how 5G works see “5G could change everything. Here’s what you need to know before you buy into the tech”).

That’s why, for example, the coverage maps for millimeter-wave-based 5G service, that carriers like Verizon have, are so limited. Instead of a single cell tower providing miles and miles of signal coverage as you can with sub-6 GHz signals, mmWave requires small cell towers roughly every block and, oh yeah, those signals can’t pass through walls into buildings.

The bottom line is, short of swallowing or embedding a 5G mmWave transmitter into your body and letting it run for a long time, you’re safe.