Russian Government Bans WiFi and Cell Phones in Elementary Schools

Well, it’s good to know that at least one government in the world is moving toward protecting the children.


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By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense

On July 17th, Russia’s Health Ministry announced it may soon ban all use of Wi-Fi and cell phones in elementary schools. Russia already limits emissions of nonionizing radiation to 1000x less than we allow in the USANumerous studies show profound injuries from Wi-fi including oxidative stress, sperm/testicular damage, neuropsychiatric effects including EEG changes, apoptosis (cell death), cellular DNA damage, endocrine changes, and calcium overload. Leading scientists and medical associations have called to ban the use of Wi-Fi in schools by switching to wired networks.

In 2013, Israel banned Wi-Fi in kindergartens and limited its use in elementary schools. Israeli schools allow Wi-Fi for three hours per week in the first and second grades and six hours per week for third graders. In 2017, Cypress banned Wi-Fi in Kindergartens and elementary schools.

Russia has published safety recommendations encouraging children to use wired connection rather than Wi-Fi during the COVID lockdown. Children’s Health Defense has published a “step by step” guide on how to hardwire wireless devices for safe remote learning. The Chairman for the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, Professor Oleg Grigoriev, has criticized corruption in the international regulatory agencies. FCC’s health guidelines rely on the obsolete, laughable assumption that the non-ionizing radiation wireless technologies are harmful only if they cause thermal change in tissue. That assumption is proven false in thousands of studies, even before cell phones were commercialized in the 1980s. Contrary to the FCC’s position, in the 1970s, the Russians had already acknowledged that the radiation emitted from radio and microwave frequencies based technologies can be harmful at levels that are at least 1,000 times lower than the levels that create thermal effects.


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