The vaccine COVID-19 tracker could use a microchip implant. It’s on its way.


At the starting of December,  a firm named Epicentre in Sweden Imposed new rules that required individuals to have a passport at all events which had a gathering of more than 100 people.

 Due to this announcement, the number of people who have got microphones inserted under their skin rose at a drastic rate.


This implant costs $100.

So far around 6000 people have inserted a chip in their hands.

This chip aims to be a COVID-19 tracker. Vaccine tracker.

Now a video posted by South China Morning Post showed that a microchip implant is being promoted.

At the beginning of that video. A person was extending out his arm and was scanning it with his microphone.

After the Microsoft chip implant has been scanned. A link pops up.

The link can be automatically scanned and will lead you to a PDF that carries full information about the injected vaccine.

It also has a message that said imagine showing your COVID-19 passport with the flash of her arm.

The description of that video which was posted on Twitter read “Beep boop beep: Your vaccination record has been validated.” And a robot emoji.

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Epicenter’s Chief Disruption Officer Hannes Sjöblad states that this technology can be used for many different purposes.

The chip is being promoted widely as near field communication, NFC technology.