Pentagon developing implantable chip for detecting coronavirus in the body

Pentagon developing implantable chip for detecting coronavirus in the body
Preparing to implant a microchip in a human hand. Daily Mail, YouTube video

[Ed. – And there you go.  What could be more reassuring?  No one would get a “Bill Gates” chip, but one developed by our most trusted government agency?  The people who foresaw, long before the November 2020 election, that this is the kind of thing Cabal Biden had in mind, were right.]

The Pentagon is attempting to develop a coronavirus vaccine that would protect recipients from all variants and add implantable microchip technology that can detect the virus in the body.

Retired Col. Matt Hepburn, an Army infectious disease physician leading the Pentagon’s ‘s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s pandemic response, introduced the technology and hopes it also will combat future pandemics.

During a CBS “60 Minutes” interview on Sunday, Hepburn showed a green tissue-like gel that could be added to future vaccines as the technological aspect for detecting the virus before people become sick.

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