Vaccines do not contain microchips. There are no magnetic or metallic compounds in the vaccines capable of conducting electricity.
Logically has previously debunked the theory that vaccines contain microchips—further, none of the vaccines approved by the regulators or WHO contain metallic ingredients. Vaccines are put through various clinical trials to ensure that they are safe. Oxford University researchers have said that the main ingredient in vaccines is water. Some vaccines may contain minimal quantities of aluminum salts, an excipient found naturally in almost all foods.
The CDC has also stated that there might be trackers on the vaccine shipment boxes, but there is no tracker in the vaccine itself. Also, we found some videos on Youtube which showed that bulbs could be lit using body heat.
We mark the claim as false as it is evident that fake videos are circulated to create vaccine hesitancy among people.