Developer Of COVID Microchip Says It Will Be Used Whether We Like It Or Not, No Stopping Rollout
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The developer of the scannable Covid microchip that is embedded under the skin hit back at critics and said there is no stopping the roll-out.
Microchips are gaining popularity in Sweden and now Swedes are getting Covid vaccine passports implanted in their hands or elsewhere under their skin.
“Get your Covid certificate in a chip in your hand or elsewhere under the skin. It is increasingly popular to insert a chip into the body with different types of information and now you can also insert your Covid certificate in the chip.” – Aftonbladet, Sweden’s daily newspaper reported last year.
Skeptics and critics slammed the scannable Covid vaccine passport as invasive.
However, the developer says too bad, the technology is here and will be used whether we like it or not.
Created by the tech start-up Dsruptive Subdermals, the controversial invention is made of a pre-programmed scannable implant two millimetres by 16 millimetres in size.
The invention received a lot of attention when first announced with some describing it as “invasive”.
But speaking to Express.co.uk, Hannes Sjoblad, managing director of Dsruptive Subdermals, fired back at the critics.
He said: “This technology exists and is used whether we like it or not.
“I am happy that it is brought into the public conversation.
“New technologies must be broadly debated and understood.
“Smart implants are a powerful health technology.
Microchipping is voluntary… for now, but give it some time and the Covid tyrants will make it mandatory in order for people to participate in society.
Source: The Gateway Pundit