This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'Where are the risk assessments for 5g?'.

Freedom of Information Team  
4th Floor 
100 Parliament Street 
London SW1A 2BQ 
 3 April 2019 
Emma Gomez    
Our Ref: FOI2019/02340 
Dear Ms Gomez, 
Thank you for your email of 8 March in which you made the following request for information: 
Please share your risk assessment carried out for health on the public, the vulnerable 
the human fetus related to 5G and public health? As Public Health England do not have 
this information because No tests have ever been performed to know the safety levels 
for the human fetus with constant exposure to EMF radiation. No risk assesment has 
been sought by UK government. Please show me your risk assesment policy regarding 
Where are the areas you have set up where people who are EMF sensitive live and work  
and travel in the UK?  Where will there be NO 5G roll out in the UK for those of us who 
can not be close to this technology as it is extremly harmful to those who are EMF 
Over 247 EMF scientists have told us that the safety levels have been set much too high 
in the UK they have made an appeal to stop the 5g roll out as adequate risk assesments 
tests have not been done to proove it is safe. please read this appeal from top levle 
scientists and medical proffesionals. 
How can I stop the 5G roll out so that I can live in peace and with good health in the UK 
as it is clearly extremly unsafe? 
We have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act). I can 
confirm that the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) does not hold any 
information within scope of your request. This is because the department is not responsible for 
conducting health studies, these are carried out by Public Health England (PHE).  
As you have already contacted PHE about this issue, unfortunately we are unable to offer 
further advice on this matter. 
Yours sincerely, 
Freedom of Information Team 
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport 


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