Bill gates and the ‘microchip’ conspiracy for coronavirus vaccine tests

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To start with , the world’s facing a great outbreak and people are quarantined in their homes. This has lead to people making many conspiracy theories and spreading fake news about different types of vaccines or misinterpreting what the eminent personalities in media are saying and making it viral through fake videos and meme’s.

foe more correct coronavirus related update visit the WHO website.

Bill Gates who is actively sharing his opinions and trying to find a way to get the vaccine for this brutal pandemic that has broken down worldwide, in addition Gates’ main charity, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has supported public health initiatives around the world and pledged to put $250 million toward fighting the coronavirus.

On March 18, at 1 p.m. ET, Bill Gates logged on to Reddit for an AMA — an interview in which people asked the billionaire cofounder of Microsoft their burning questions.

Gates was asked about how businesses would change because of the virus. He responded by talking about supply chain issues and the need for basic necessities, like water and electricity.

“Countries are still figuring out what to keep running,” he wrote. “Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”

This inavertently clicked in an online frenzy where people believed that everyone is going to be inserted with microchips . these microchips would be likea small tattoo which would helpful in knowing whether the vaccination records.

The quantum-dot tattoos involve applying dissolvable sugar-based microneedles that contain a vaccine and fluorescent copper-based ‘quantum dots’ embedded inside biocompatible, micron-scale capsules. After the microneedes dissolve under the skin, they leave the encapsulated quantum dots whose patterns can be read to identify the vaccine that was administered.

for more details of the microchips and its functions visit to- biohackinfo

This conspiracy biggest boost came from a March 21 YouTube video on the Law of Liberty channel, which has 27,000 subscribers. The video, which has been viewed nearly 2 million times, cited the Biohackinfo article and compared quantum tattoos to what it called the “Mark of Satan,” while implying that Gates was the Antichrist.

The Microsoft billionaire has been the target of many different false rumours about vaccines.

A recent post on a UK-based Twitter account said: “Bill Gates admits the vaccine will no doubt kill 700,000 people” and links to a video featuring right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

The claim in the tweet, which has had more than 45,000 retweets and likes, is false and misrepresents Gates’ words.

In the video, Mr Gates is talking about the efficacy of vaccines in older people and cautions about the risk of side-effects.

However human researcher’s have predicted that human microchipping is going to be the new thing.  The Swedish incubator Epicenter began microchipping its employees in 2015 — not to track bathroom breaks or productivity but to give them the power to operate printers and more. The tiny, grain-of-rice-size RFID (radio frequency identification) chip opens doors with a wave of your hand in front of a chip reader. And at Pause Fest, an Australian tech expo, 10 VIPs volunteered to swap paper tickets for implanted-­microchip ones. Imagine an internal key fob.

However for now what’s at hand , Gates and probably around the whole world the intentions are to get a cure for coronavirus. There are a lot of other fake news regarding vaccines that has been posted on facebook .

One of them includes – Cow Dung Vaccine

Facebook post featuring image of Indian PM Narendra Modi about plans for a vaccine based on cow dung. Labelled "no evidence"
Image Source : bbc.com

A Facebook meme announcing a “wonder drug to battle corona” and a “cow-dung vaccine” has been shared widely on Facebook in India.

Some of the posts, including one shared more than 1,000 times, link to a front-page story from the Ahmedabad Mirror, which reports that a trial of medicine derived from cow’s milk, butter, ghee, dung and urine is under way.

The cow is considered sacred in Hinduism and some Hindu groups have claimed that drinking cow urine could boost immunity against the virus – a claim we’ve looked at before.

Many such news have been around so fact check before putting out your opinions.

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