Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has denied conspiracy theories that he is using the Corona virus vaccine to install a tracking microchip inside people.
“I’ve never been a part of projects like the microchip, in fact it’s very difficult to deny it because it’s so stupid or weird,” he told reporters on Wednesday.
Bill Gates has been warning of an epidemic for years, and before he became president in 2016, Donald Trump was urged to be prepared.
In 2015, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates warned in a speech that the greatest threat to humanity was not from nuclear war but from an epidemic virus that would kill millions.
The speech and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s announcement of a کروڑ 300 million donation to fight code 19 and the development of a vaccine sparked an online campaign by some quarters against the Microsoft founder. And various kinds of rumors were spread.
The rumors say that Bill Gates is behind the creation of this virus and he wants to make a profit through it.
Now, for the first time, Bill Gates has said, “It’s better to know which children have been vaccinated against measles and which have not. You have to identify who is safe from the virus, but there is no need to add a microchip in this process.
“Our foundation raises money to buy vaccines and that’s why we saw the threat of an epidemic and talked about it,” he said.
Conspiracy theories about Bill Gates are still circulating on social media and TV, and his name was mentioned 1.2 million times in March and April alone.
A recent poll in the United States found that 28 percent of Americans still believe in conspiracy theories, 44 percent of Republicans and 50 percent of Fox News viewers believe it.
Asked about the survey, Bill Gates called it a matter of concern, saying it would not stop funding from governments and other groups around the world to develop vaccines for the development of code 19.
However, he expressed concern about the timing and availability of the vaccine, as well as the anti-vaccine sentiment, saying it would make it harder to obtain herd immunity against the virus, which is only possible when a large population The part will be protected from the virus so that it cannot spread further.
Bill Gates stressed that when vaccines begin to be developed, they must first be distributed to countries with weak medical systems and difficult to maintain social distance.
Bill Gates said the world needs to work together to develop safe and effective vaccines and ensure that the process is large-scale, so that they can be used for such people. To provide for those who need it the most, it is not necessary to provide it first to those who will invest the most.
The US president has long been criticized by Bill Gates, who recently called the suspension of WHO funding dangerous.
In a March 31 Washington Post article, he wrote, “There is no doubt that the United States has squandered the opportunity to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the effects are increasing, such as increasing cases, shutting down the economy and causing deaths.”
In a February article in the New England Journal of Medicine, Bill Gates called the virus the greatest epidemic of the century.
He also announced this month that his company would spend billions of dollars building factories for the seven best vaccines.
On Wednesday, the Gates Foundation announced that it would spend 25 250 million to fight the virus, with the bulk of it being spent in Africa and South Asia.