Georgian anti-vaxxers pass off’s satire on chips inside the vaccines as an actual story

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On April 8, Facebook users Gocha Chumashvili and Nina Marji published the posts with identical content claiming that pharmaceutical company “Pfizer” plans to integrate invisible liquid Microsoft chips into the COVID-19 vaccines. According to the reported information, it is with the “Microsoft Pluton” chip that the body will recognize and even eradicate symptoms associated with a vaccine. The post contains the comment from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, who, as the author claims, calls the chipping of the vaccination a great occurrence and a medical revolution.

In the comment section, the authors of the post refer to the article published on as a source of information.

Information about Pfizer planning to integrate invisible liquid chips into the vaccine is not true. The post’s primary source is the satirical digital edition that publishes comic news about the financial industry, stocks, and global market.


Information about pharmaceutical company “Pfizer” planning to integrate chips into the COVID-19 vaccine was published on the webpage on April 8. According to the article, chip reduces fatigue and soreness and regulates body temperature following the vaccination. The article also notes that Apple plans to make a similar deal with vaccine-manufacturing company “Moderna” but nothing is confirmed yet. article does not refer to any sources of the information, whereas the mission section at the bottom of the webpage states that the digital edition is satirical and provides daily humor and unique coverage on the financial industry, stocks, hedge funds, and global markets.


Therefore, an article published by cannot be considered real. The reported information was also verified by foreign fact-checkers. Snopes notes that at the time no authorized vaccine ingredients contain a memory chip.

See more detailed information on the COVID-19 vaccine ingredients in the article by “Myth Detector”:
What are the COVID-19 vaccine ingredients and how is Dulles linked to the WHO and Вечный зов?
“Myth Detector” has previously written about fictional stories. Previous satirical news that different Georgian-language sources passed off as actual news were about the WHO top official choking on broccoli, the rape of alligators, mummies, and wax figures.

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