Pentagon Develops Microchip That Detects Coronavirus When Inserted Under Skin

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Medical researchers at the Pentagon have been working to develop what is, in essence, a microchip capable of detecting a COVID-19 infection when inserted under the skin.

While it might sound like science fiction—or akin to the unfounded conspiracy theory that the COVID-19 vaccines currently in circulation are laced with microchips—the technological development is entirely true.

The “subdermal implant,” as scientists are calling it, is now in the late-stage testing phase and was developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, a top-secret Pentagon unit established during the Cold War to study emergent technologies for military use, 60 Minutes reported.

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SOURCE: CBN News

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