Havana Syndrome The name given to such series of symptoms Earache, dizziness and feeling of pressure in the head, First announced by US diplomats in the capital Cuba – Hence the name of the disease. The causes have not been proven, but direct microwave radiation is suspected to cause this harm. (Read more at the end of the article).
It is not known how many officers at the U.S. embassy experienced symptoms of this syndrome. State Department spokesman Nate Price said the government would ensure that all victims were “taken care of.”
The lawsuit was probably funded by US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen, who is due to meet with Bogota later this month. In August, Vice President Kamala Harris cancels trip to Vietnam Unconfirmed cases of Havana syndrome have been reported among diplomatic officials.
Reports on Havana Syndrome began in 2016 among diplomats, spies and other US officials in Cuba, according to the ABC. Symptoms have since been reported in China, Russia, Uzbekistan, Austria, Germany and other countries. (Remember the video below from 2018).
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First reported in Cuba, Symptoms of Havana Syndrome include:
- Cognitive difficulties
- Sounds in the ear
- Difficulties in vision, hearing or balance
- Traumatic brain injury (rare)
The most plausible explanation for the syndrome, citing the BBC American Academy of Sciences, is that patients develop symptoms after receiving “live, pulsating radio frequency energy.” This means that people received a type of radiation that directly involves microwaves.
However, it is not known who is behind this radiation – it will be deliberately emitted. However, a study commissioned by the US government says it is already known that the Soviet Union is investigating the consequences of this phenomenon.
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