Bill Gates talks about Covid Conspiracy Theories
Lately, there has been much talk about conspiracy theories behind the outbreak of the coronavirus or covid-19. Bill Gates is believed to be one of the people behind the conspiracy, in this regard the founder of Microsoft spoke up.
Coronavirus or Covid-19 virus has indeed been established as a pandemic by the World Health Organization or WHO. So far, there are more than 3 million positive cases have been found worldwide, and the fact is there is no vaccine and the right drug for the pneumonia virus.
No wonder, if this outbreak continues to be a conversation, and over time began to emerge various opinions behind the origins of the coronavirus that had not been revealed until now.
Although WHO itself says that the possibility of this coronavirus arises from bats, but not a few who doubt the truth. In fact, recently developed a conspiracy theories behind this virus outbreak.
One of them is Jerinx SID, who lately voiced a conspiracy theory that coronavirus is the result of human creation intentionally spread massively. There are also those who claim that Microsoft’s founder, Bill Gates is the figure behind this conspiracy.
The figure who is also known as one of the richest people in the world is believed to plant a microchip in the corona vaccine which will be released later. The chip allows Bill Gates to monitor the activities of millions of people around the world.
So, what is the relevant word about the accusation?
“On the one hand, this is very strange, you almost want to see it as something funny, but I don’t think it’s funny,”
“I have never been involved in any microchip business. It’s almost hard to argue with this because it’s so stupid or strange to even repeat it almost gives this theory credibility,” Gates was quoted as saying by GeekWire.
Bill Gates has indeed invested in a group of scientists who are developing a vaccine for this virus. He was also worried that people would be reluctant to receive the vaccine because of conspiracy theories circulating.
“This misinformation could hold us back in the foreseeable future, but I don’t want to say that this is detrimental to us right now,” he explained.