Covid vaccines are not linked to 5G technology
United State. – In various publications circulating on social networks, it has been confirmed that COVID-19 vaccines are related to 5G technology, with some even indicating that people are vaccinated with microchips or tracers in doses. But experts consulted by Reuters denied the false news.
Infection scientist Francisco Moreno, responsible for the COVID-19 program at ABC Medical Center in Mexico, specified that there was “no evidence” that 5G nanochips were introduced through Sars-CoV-2 vaccines.
“They put material on you, no plastic, nothing else,” he said.
Francisco Moreno, director of the COVID-19 Program at ABC Medical Center
In addition to this fake news, there is other content that says COVID-19 vaccines have a “barcode” that is scanned by antennas, an alleged plot to connect people to a 5G network. This is incorrect, according to experts consulted by Reuters, for reports on the components of the injection and various reports from the health sector.
“Wake up and don’t get COVID 5G”, “Technical antennas can remotely scan chip barcode by waves”, “Everything is invented”, read in some posts with misinformation being exposed in social networks.
Moreno explained that several platforms (messenger RNA, viral vectors, and inactivated viruses) are used in COVID-19 vaccines to elicit the same thing: an immune response that “can never” make changes in structure, neither genetics nor the brain. .
“To think that they all also have a microchip built in, even though they are different platforms and different ways of generating the immune response, is a lot more complicated,” he said.
What do other professionals say about 5G technology and vaccines?
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Reuters has denied that this technology has anything to do with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. UK authorities and the South African Communications Regulatory Authority have referred to “conspiracy theories” as unfounded “dangerous and fake news”.
Other content claims that the vaccinations contain radio frequency identification microchips, known as RFID. However, they erroneously referred to a potential injection monitoring system in the United States that would act like a barcode on vaccine labels. Reuters reports that current needles for inserting these types of devices into animals are more than twice the thickness of syringes used against COVID-19, and do not store fluids.
In addition, none of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccines approved for emergency use in the US or UK contain mineral ingredients such as Pfizer BioNTech, Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen, Moderna, or AstraZeneca. There are no other approved vaccines in Mexico such as CanSino, Sinovac, and Sputnik V.
Nanoparticles and COVID-19 vaccines
Reuters reports that messenger RNA vaccines, such as Pfizer and Moderna, contain lipid nanoparticles, which are used to transport RNA into cells. The term “nanoparticles” relates to the particle size ranging from 1 to 100 nanometers.
There is no evidence to suggest that these fats can transfer 5G into cells, and there is no evidence that this technology has the ability to contact these fats.
With information from UNO TV
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