Pfizer has developed an “ingestible pill” with a biological microchip that sends a wireless signal to the relevant authorities after the pill is digested, video unearthed shows | tech news

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What began as conspiracy theory and science fiction a few years ago became reality in April 2021 after the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced it had developed an implantable microchip that the agency said could would continuously monitor the human body for signs of the virus.

Then, in December 2021, a Stockholm-based Swedish tech startup DSruptive announced that it had developed a Covid passport microchip. Unlike DARPA’s implantable microchip, which continuously monitors your body for signs of the virus, the rice-sized microchip can simply be inserted under the skin, allowing users to carry their Covid passports in their arms. The microchip also stores all of the patient’s Covid-19 vaccine data. When we reported the story, 6,000 people in Sweden had already had the chip implanted under their skin.

Five months later, an unearthed video circulating on social media confirmed that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer had developed an “ingestible pill” with a biological microchip that sends a wireless signal to the appropriate authorities after the pill has been digested.

During an event on “Transforming Health in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer, explained Pfizer’s new technology to the Davos crowd with the words: “ingestible pills” – a pill with a tiny chip that transmits a wireless signal sends to the relevant authorities when the drug ingested has been digested. “Imagine the compliance.”

Below is the full video.


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