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Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) awarded (Aug 2022) for UK child on the basis of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)./in News, Press Release /by phire_admin
‘Early ill-health retirement and Employment Support Allowance awarded on the basis of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) – Further detailed Press Release’/in News, Press Release /by phire_admin
59 year old social worker wins ‘early ill health retirement’ for disabling ‘Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)/in News, Press Release /by phire_admin
2020 NIR Consensus Statement/in News, Press Release /by erica_adm
Claimant successfully wins Appeal for Universal Credit on the grounds of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)/0 Comments/in News /by phire_admin
Claimant successfully wins Appeal for Universal Credit on the grounds of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)
She submitted widely collated medical evidence and had the support of her GP and Neurologist.
The Appeal was held in January 2020.
Three-Year Moratorium On 4G & 5G In Geneva, Switzerland/in News /by phire_admin
Switzerland: The Canton of Geneva has introduced a three-year moratorium on 4G and 5G. The amendment to the law stipulates that any new installation will be subject to a permit during this period. This applies to both ‘4G+’ a.k.a. 1st wave 5G, operating at the 3.5 Gigahertz frequency, and 5G at 26 Gigahertz, which has not yet been rolled out in Switzerland.
The Grand Council adopted the resolution with 56 yes and 36 no. The Geneva action was reported in “Three-year moratorium on 4G + and 5G in Geneva” which states, “the moratorium adopted Thursday evening also aims to respond to the growing concern of the population” and quotes deputy Green Jean Rossiaud, “The precautionary principle prevails in view of the absence of independent studies on the effects of this technology on health and biodiversity.”
Important Bill passed in Oregon/in News /by phire_admin
Important Bill passed in Oregon: Directs Department of Education to develop recommendations to schools in this state for practices and alternative technologies that reduce students’ exposure to microwave radiation that Oregon Health Authority report identifies as harmful. Declares emergency, effective on passage