Website editor’s note: In late 2019 the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor, Prof. Juliet Gerard was quoted in the NZ Herald on the issue of 5G. [1] A section on the topic of 5G was also added to the website of the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor.

Below we present two responses to the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor’s stance on 5G.

The first is a written document that you may download from the link below:

The second is a video response by Auckland GP Robin Kelly, who has previously made other thoughtful videos on the topic of 5G:

[1} The article in the NZ Herald was written by Chris Keall. The article also quotes from a previously debunked piece of writing by “Nanogirl” (whose 2019 children’s science show had Vodafone as a sponsor). You can read the debunk of Nanogirl’s 2019 piece here:

Chris Keall’s article also refers to a 2019 Ministry of Health (so-called) “Fact Sheet” on 5G which was debunked at this link:

Chris Keall’s article may be read here:

Ed note: There was a large amount of telco propaganda passed off as news in mainstream media in 2019 – the article at the link below debunks a number of articles:

Website editor’s note:

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