How Gov Could Use RFID Chips When Millions of Americans Inject COVID-19 Vaccine

Jun 1, 2020

Watch now: Interview with Jay Walker, CEO of Apiject Systems, whose company is in a $138 million public-private partnership with the White House called Project Jumpstart. Their job is to innovate a way to deliver millions of vaccines to Americans fast using eyedrop technology, and potentially using RFID Chips on a voluntary basis to track vaccine use to aid public health officials during potential future outbreaks.

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