(02-10-2019, 02:38 PM)Octo Wrote: The epidemic hasn't peaked here yet. They got it way worse in France.
Quote: “We also note that there has been a major increase in people visiting emergency wards and being hospitalised for flu,” it said.
“Among the 12,000 patients who presented at emergency wards for flu last week, more than 1,800 were hospitalised (a 70 percent increase on the previous week),”
Based on a mere impression on my part since France has so many nuclear power plants, France has relied on electricity a great deal for decades. So quite possibly they are more "wired" when it comes to such things as WiFi, Smart 'Beaters' and maybe 5G.
Japan is also going through a record flu season, and of course they are highly electrified.
On the flip side, here in the area where we were hit by Hurricane Andrew and the towers aren't fully functional, we have very few cases of the flu. I have barely heard anyone even mention it in this area.
We could be ripped to shreds here soon, because back on October 24th Verizon promised to replace their towers with 5G come February. That's this month! No further announcements have been made as to whether they are on schedule or not. Typically, they test in secret over the weekend and than announce after the fact that 5G has been activated.
The last two mornings, I've awakened with significant hip, thigh and knee pain despite feeling really good in the middle of the noght when I wake up. Those are weak spots for me due to my back injury. Fortunately with the technology I have, the symptoms just about clear up in 2 to 5 minutes.
I'm curious if Verizon is using this weekend to test their roll out. I suspect they could be because one of the smart beaters is also giving my ankles fits (they get real cold) when I go into that corner of the dining area.