Do Pfizer Vaccines Contain Microchips?

A viral tweet has been circulating claiming that  Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has implied a connection between Pfizer vaccines and a microchip, based on a video clip of Bourla talking about the FDA’s approval of the “first electronic pill.” 

This isn’t the first time we’ve fact checked the claim that vaccines could contain microchips. None of the COVID-19 vaccines do. This recent claim, which is false, originates from a different source than the first microchip rumor, involving Bill Gates and the insinuation of trackable microchips injected into COVID-19 vaccine recipients.

A spokesman for Pfizer confirmed to The Dispatch Fact Check via email that the claim that there is a connection between the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and microchips is false. 

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