Glad I live in the country, and set far back from the street, at that. They'd have to come ON MY PROPERTY and plant 5G antennas on my own land to get significant 5G radiation close to my home.
5G is unlike any other cell service, or even WIFI, because anything can block it. It doesn't travel far. So it only makes economic sense in the city, in relatively high-density areas. Rural areas on 5 acre plots? Not so much. Especially since some rural residents have a bunch of trees, bushes, and other features in their front yard which would block everything even if an antenna were placed on the street in front of their house! 5G is several orders of magnitude more "blockable" than 2G, 3G, and 4G ever were.
You'd have to have one antenna on a pole on the street, in front of each and every house! And why? What would be in it for them, if most of those homes weren't paying a thing for 5G? Just for starters, there's no subdivision, HOA, or city to pay for it, when you don't live in the city limits or under an HOA. The COUNTY would have to do it. Or the state, or US government. And at those levels, the project (to 5G every Texan, or every American) would be ridiculously expensive.
And if they ever tried that, it would be a shame if something happened to the 5G antennas on my street