This is not a joke or a fantasy scenario, but a new reality. The subcutaneous chip works as a vaccination certificate in Sweden and is now used for events with over 100 people!
A large Swedish company fully validates conspiracy theorists’ worst nightmares by creating a subcutaneous chip that holds the coronavirus vaccination certificate. Microchips are gaining popularity in Sweden, where thousands of people have decided to place them under their skin. They replace IDs, credit cards, or work entry cards.
Now the Swedes have placed the vaccination certificate in the microchip. Stockholm-based startup Epicenter has perfected a microchip that’s no larger than a grain of rice. It is injected subcutaneously and can be “read” from a smartphone.
The company’s management hopes for its widespread use. In a video of the company, Hannes Sjobland (Χάνες Σγιομπλάντ), the head of distribution shows how it works. He puts the smartphone to his hand, in the place where the chip was implanted, and immediately receives information about the vaccination.
“Implants are a very flexible technology that can be used for a wide variety of purposes, and it is convenient right now to have a COVID passport always available,” he said in a statement.
“It is becoming more and more popular to insert a chip into the body with various types of personal information, and now you can also insert a Covid certificate into the chip,” reports the Swedish daily Aftonbladet.
The chip can be implanted in various places on the hand or fingers. If someone who placed it in their hand wants to remove it, it’s not difficult. More than 100 Epicenter employees have implanted a chip that allows them to navigate without ID cards within the company and use electronic devices such as printers or even vending machines to sell soft drinks and food. It is noted that in Sweden, the Covid certificate is now used for events with the participation of more than 100 people.