Coronavirus mutations with the new mobile frequency range

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I would like to know the opinion of specialists, can energy of the 20GHz frequency for 5G communication , which was launched by China on October 31, 2019 and Italy, cause mutations in some old sars viral genome? (4G communications uses just 2.7GHz)

/ commercial 5G services in Italy launched the technology in five cities across the country in 2019- Milan, Turin, Bologna, Rome and Naples./
 
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I would like to know the opinion of specialists, can energy of the 20GHz frequency for 5G communication , which was launched by China on October 31, 2019 and Italy, cause mutations in some old sars viral genome? (4G communications uses just 2.7GHz)

/ commercial 5G services in Italy launched the technology in five cities across the country in 2019- Milan, Turin, Bologna, Rome and Naples./
So Van Der Waals force is the attraction of intermolecular forces between molecules. So, that is the action of communication on a physical level between the spikes of the virus and the ability to bind...excluding the chemical process. This action works at low frequency and 20GHz is just on the line between medium and high frequency. So I don't think that frequency would cause a mutation. The virus is an RNA viral genome and these tend to mutate, or reassort their genome, on their own based upon how well the virus communicates with an immune system.

Also, the reservoir of this beta-corona virus is bats and the vector was people breathing in the dried bat guano when they went in to the caves to harvest them to sell and eat.

Another point is that there are a lot....and I mean A LOT of Chinese nationals that travel to Italy. They really flock to Vatican City, Rome, Venice...etc. so at the time there were many asymptomatic travelers inadvertently (I hope) and unknowingly (I hope) exposing Italians, en masse, to the virus.
 
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