Microchip that detects Kovid-19 from Pentagon


gave | Monday, April 12, 2021 – 13:19 | Last Updated: 12 04 2021 – 13:19

Scientists working at the US Department of Defense Pentagon developed microchips to combat the coronavirus (Kovid-19) outbreak. Scientists explained that the developed microchip does not aim to track every move of the person with an epidemic suspicion.

The coronavirus, which affects the world, continues at full speed. While vaccine and drug production continues against the epidemic, scientists working at the US Department of Defense Pentagon developed microchips to combat the coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic. Scientists working in the Department of Defense R&D Projects (DARPA) developed a microchip that can detect coronavirus infection by inserting it under the skin in the device they produced to combat the coronavirus epidemic. Scientists have also developed a filter that can remove the coronavirus from the blood when the person suspected of covid-19 is on dialysis.

MONITORING OF EVERY MOVEMENT IS TARGETED

The developed chip was screened for the first time in ’60 Minutes’ broadcast on CBS television in the country, DARPA officials said in a statement on the television program that a microchip was developed that could detect Covid-19 in advance in any person. Authorities stated that the Pentagon does not aim to follow every move of the person suspected of an epidemic. Retired Colonel Matt Hepburn, DARPA’s infectious disease physician, attended the program where he consistently demonstrated a tissue-like gel designed to test blood. Making a statement on the subject, Hepburn said, “You put it under your skin, it shows you that there are chemical reactions in the body, and this signal means that you will show symptoms tomorrow.” On the other hand, it was stated that another invention developed by the scientists at DARPA was a filter that cleans the virus from the blood placed in the dialysis machine.