That microwave wireless radiation can upset some people is well-established - what is not well-established (or at all established) is governments' recognition that there might just be a problem here in the wake of a global roll-out of 5G ( / 6G / nG ) technologies.
Given their resolute blindness to the damages wrought on many by a recent well-publicised global roll-out of new and minimally tested (some would assert essentially untested) technology, the omens do not look good.
However, this may (or may not) be about to change ...
" ... the Court of Appeal has recently given permission for a judicial review challenging the Government for 'failure to give adequate information to the public about the risks of 5G and to explain the absence of a process for investigation of any adverse health effects' "
Of course the UK, like many other countries, takes its lead from the US regulators, in this case the FCC, whose past chairman Tom Wheeler had this to say about the need for safety testing.
Somehow I am not yet reassured.
The Daily Sceptic reviews the current state of play.
Read the account of the hearing on 6/7th February: