The UK’s mobile networks have reported a further 20 cases of phone masts being targeted in suspected arson attacks over the Easter weekend.
Trade group Mobile UK said it had been notified of incidents in England, Wales and Scotland.
One of the targeted sites provides mobile connectivity to a hospital in Birmingham.
The figure represents a lower incidence rate than had been the case the previous weekend.
Mobile UK added it had received no reports of staff being targeted over the period.
Attacks on 5G masts pre-date the coronavirus pandemic. But there are concerns a surge in the amount of vandalism has been caused by conspiracy theories, which falsely claim the deployment of 5G networks has caused or helped accelerate the spread of Covid-19.