The Veterans Administration’s (VA) Palo Alto Health Care System has announced the launch of the nation’s first 5G-enabled hospital, also among the first in the world, which just so happens to coincide with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.
Director and Army Veteran Thomas J. Fitzgerald III said in a recent statement that the VA Palo Alto Health Care System is the first VA hospital to be equipped with 5G, joining a few other non-VA hospitals in the United States that have similarly launched 5G capability.
“This is the right time and it’s at the right place because we are in Silicon Valley,” Fitzgerald stated. “We are ensuring VA stays relevant with cutting-edge technology for the health and well-being of our Veterans.”
One of the biggest stated reasons for this technological migration is that 5G has the ability to both move and analyze large amounts of health data that “traditional infrastructure,” to quote project head Dr. Thomas Osborne, is incapable of fully processing.
“The next generation of digital networks provides the backbone that will help us unlock the potential to dramatically advance health care,” Dr. Osborne is quoted as saying in chillingly Orwellian language.
Besides boosting the speed at which large amounts of medical data can travel, 5G will supposedly make it possible to turn large CT and MRI images into three-dimensional models that can be “held” virtually, meaning medical professionals can rotate and move them around like holograms.
5G will also allow MRI images to be projected onto patients’ bodies, creating a “more intuitive and realistic” view of a particular health issue or patient need.
“A clinician using the system can actually see where a problem is before making an opening in the skin,” an announcement about the technology reveals. “As a result, there is a potential for more efficient surgeries with less complications and smaller incisions.”
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Besides the known dangers associated with 5G technology – to learn more, check out the film 5G Apocalypse: The Extinction Event – there’s another elephant in the room that’s worth mentioning: Many of the symptoms associated with 5G exposure are also symptoms associated with Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infections.
Believe it or not, Wuhan, China, where the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) originated, is one of the first “smart” cities to be blanketed with 5G antennas. And independent reports confirm that 5G was “activated” in Wuhan right around the time that the virus took hold and started to wreak havoc.
The millimeter wave technology employed by 5G, which is similar to what’s blasted at airport travelers every time they pass through the naked body scanners, actually opens up the voltage gates in human cells to allow viruses like the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to enter. This would explain why the symptoms of 5G exposure are closely aligned with those of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infection.
While our skin was designed to be a protective membrane that guards against electromagnetic pollution and destruction, 5G was specifically created to penetrate it. This allows 5G to “ring your internal organs with the same frequency of the radiation,” one source explains.
“Here’s the bottom line, it’s not a surprise to the scientists that study the effects of EMF that 5G deployment has already been shown to cause flu-like symptoms in the populations exposed to it,” this same source reveals.
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