In Sweden they pay to have a microchip implanted instead of a vaccination certificate

The size of the microchip does not exceed the grain of a rice

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At a time when thousands are refusing to get the coronavirus vaccine, claiming, among other things, that they will be implanted with microchips, thousands of Swedish citizens have paid to have a tiny chip implanted under their skin with their vaccination certificate.

In particular, more than six thousand Swedes have implanted their coronavirus vaccination certificate in their hand, according to the French network France 24, trying to make their daily life in Sweden easier in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

It is worth noting that Sweden has introduced new stricter rules in an effort to reduce coronavirus cases. So in Sweden you have to show his certificate to participate in an event of more than 100 people.

The company "Epicenter", a startup based in Stockholm, has perfected the microchip, the size of which does not exceed the grain of rice. The microchip is placed subcutaneously and can be "read" from a smart phone.

In fact, the creators hope the microchip will be used in a number of other functions, such as contactless credit card payments.

In a video released by the Swedish company "Epikentro", Hannes Sjobland, head of the company's distribution department, shows how it works. The company states: "Implants are a very flexible technology that can be used for many different things and at the moment it is very convenient to always have the COVID vaccination certificate accessible."

In fact, he said that "in case your phone runs out of battery, the microchip solves the problem. We are using this technology today, next year we will use it for something else ".

It is noted that in 2015, the Swedish company announced that it had implanted the microchip in more than 100 of its employees, with which they could open doors (which unlocked only with a code) and operate printers.

The microchip is inserted with a syringe under the skin

The microchip is inserted under the skin with a syringe. When activated by one device, then a small amount of data flows between the two devices via electromagnetic waves.

The technology used by the company is called "Radio Frequency Identification" (RFID), which uses electromagnetic fields to identify electronically stored information.