There is a very wide range of electromagnetic waves characterized by wavelength, which is the distance between successive peaks. These waves can interact with different types of matter, including human bodies, in various ways.
It's plausible that an electromagnetic beam could be projected over hundreds of yards at just the right wavelength to create the symptoms seen in Havana syndrome incidents. These beams are likely to interfere with the electrical functions of the brain and central nervous system.
If the source of Havana syndrome turns out to be electromagnetic waves, then in principle, buildings could be hardened against them. However, it would be expensive and would still leave people vulnerable outdoors. Perhaps the best option to prevent a further attack is detection.
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