Pfizer has developed an “ingestible pill” with a biological microchip that sends a wireless signal to relevant authorities after the pill is digested, unearthed video shows
What started out as a conspiracy theory and science fiction a few years ago became a reality in April 2021 after Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) revealed it has developed an implantable microchip that the agency said would continuously monitor the human body for signs of the virus.
Then in December 2021, a Stockholm-based Swedish tech startup DSruptive announced it has developed a covid passport microchip. Unlike DARPA’s implantable microchip that continuously monitors your body for signs of the virus, the rice-sized microchip can easily be inserted under the skin so that users can carry their covid passports in their arms. The microchip also stores all the patient covid-19 vaccine data. 6,000 people in Sweden already had the chip inserted under their skin as of the time we covered the story.
Fast forward five months later, an unearthed video going around social media confirmed that pharmaceutical giant Pfizer had developed an “ingestible pill” with a biological microchip that sends a wireless signal to relevant authorities after the pill is digested.
During an event on Transforming Health in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla explained Pfizer’s new tech to the Davos crowd saying: “ingestible pills” – a pill with a tiny chip that sends a wireless signal to relevant authorities when the pharmaceutical has been digested. “Imagine the compliance.”
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla explains Pfizer's new tech to Davos crowd: "ingestible pills" – a pill with a tiny chip that send a wireless signal to relevant authorities when the pharmaceutical has been digested. "Imagine the compliance," he says pic.twitter.com/uYapKJGDJx
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Below is the full video.