Pentagon develops microchip that detects COVID under your skin

Pentagon develops microchip that detects COVID under your skin
Preparing to implant a microchip in a human hand. Daily Mail, YouTube video

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Medical researchers at the Pentagon have created a microchip that will detect COVID-19 when inserted under the skin.

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The revolutionary technology was developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, which operates under the Pentagon umbrella, according to Sunday night’s broadcast of “60 Minutes.” The top-secret unit was launched during the Cold War to study emerging technologies for military use — among them, innovations to defend soldiers from biological weapons.

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Dr. Matt Hepburn, an infectious disease physician and retired Army colonel, revealed that the microchip, which is not in widespread use outside the Defense Department, could detect COVID-19 in an individual well before a patient zero spawns an outbreak.

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