UK Vibrating Device Marketer Unshaken By Regulatory Action Against COVID-19 Claims
Psychologist Anthony Grant operates “Resonator.UK” and sells a device that vibrates on the 30kHz frequency at 30,000 times a second. Claims including “the only safe way to destroy a virus is to shake it to pieces” challenged by MHRA and consumers.
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