Coronavirus 5G conspiracies catch fire, E3 2021 will be a 'reimagined' event
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The conspiracy theory that links emerging 5G technologies with the spread of coronavirus has resulted in potential awesome attacks on telecom towers in the United Kingdom.
The bizarre and discredited conspiracy theory gathered steam in mid March spread by numerous high profile influences on social media.
Video sheared to Facebook had shown several 5G towers of light on april four engineers faced noble and physical threat of violent, but the UK national medical director called the [UNKNOWN] E3 the world's biggest video game trade show was cancelled due to the corona virus pandemic in March.
Now the organizers of the event the Entertainment Software Association has notified partners.
The next year's reimagined event will be held June 15.
2017 and according to game industry.bz there is currently no update on whether or not E320 will be run as a digital only event that several other high profile gaming events have been organized including IGN summer of gaming.
That event will feature big names like 2k square and [UNKNOWN]
And finally a target at the Bronx Zoo in New York has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a statement by the Wildlife Conservation Society.
The four year old female, Nadia, is one of seven big cats housed by the Bronx Zoo that has been exhibiting symptoms of the disease.
Three other tigers and three lions are also presumptive positive cases.
The big cats likely caught the disease from a keeper who was asymptomatic but later found to have been carrying the coronavirus.
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