Fact check: Does 5G kill bees?

Some people claim that the radiation caused by the new 5G networks is harming bees. However, researchers say there's no basis to the claim. — dpa

The new 5G technology is supposed to make mobile networks super fast. However, some claim it's harmful to bees. Is there any truth to that?

Fears and conspiracy theories about mobile phone radiation are already fairly widespread, and they have been given an added boost by 5G, the latest generation of the technology standard for cell networks. One of the claims circulating is that 5G is harmful to bees. But is there any scientific evidence to back up that claim?

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