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Scientists invented the strongest covid-19 vaccine patch (injection-free vaccine patch)

None of the COVID-19 vaccines in development contain software or microchips. They cannot be used to track people. With new COVID-19 vaccine developments every day, it’s normal to have questions or concerns, and possibly feel hesitant about getting a vaccine.

Speculation about a future coronavirus vaccine is ramping up and social-media posts from anti-vaccination campaigners are gaining more traction online. The Covid-19 vaccine microchip conspiracy theories began emerging last year even before the vaccines became available. The theories maintained that vaccination was just an excuse to inject some type of microchip into you that could then allow someone to track you and your behaviors.

There are lots of things that the government can use to track us, through our phones, through our credit cards, through other kinds of things. With that being said, the researchers from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and Standford University invented the injection-free vaccine patch. This patch has somewhat restored hope in the field of vaccination. It is believed to be more stronger than the vaccines that have already been developed since the start of the pandemic.

Conspiracy theories have already emerged and they have made people sceptical of the vaccines. Most people are reluctant to receive their corona virus 'jabs'. Can you blame them?

With the devised injection-free vaccine patch people will talk, mostly the conspiracy theorists. They will plant ideas in other people's minds. The corona virus is a demon in every person's life. Lives were lost because of this merciless disease. All we need is to go back to our normal lives.

The vaccines that were previously developed did not contain a tracking micro-chip or anything magnetic. With the newly found injection-free vaccine the people who are not even scientists will say it contains the tracking micro-chip.

Myth: Government is complicit with big businesses in pushing vaccines despite the risks.

Do you think the injection-free vaccine contains the mark of the beast?

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COVID-19 Chapel Hill Covid-19 Standford University of North Carolina


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