Bill Gates’ response to “conspiracy theories”: I don’t understand the connection between chips and vaccines

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said he believes coronavirus vaccines will also be effective against mutated variants of the virus, and that vaccinations will be completed by the end of the year in rich countries.

In an interview with Germany’s ARD television channel on March 17, Gates said of vaccination campaigns in poor countries, “It will take a lot of generosity for the rest of the world. If we do that, the whole world will be vaccinated by 2022.”


Evaluating conspiracy theories to support vaccination, Bill Gates said he could not understand why he might want to keep people under control, adding that he did not understand the link between microchips and vaccines on social media. people will be vaccinated against the coronavirus. “Some allegations are so ridiculous that we ask ourselves, ‘Should I answer that?’ “We have to ask,” he said.


Bill Gates, one of the richest men in the world, also denied allegations of financial gain from the coronavirus epidemic. Gates said his efforts for vaccination are entirely voluntary, “Currently, my fortune is declining every year because of the basic investment in these vaccination campaigns.”

Founded by Bill Gates and his wife, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has allocated 1.7 billion euros for the development of vaccines.

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