Are bluetooth mac addresses given off by vaccinated individuals?

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A video getting a lot of attention online today claims to show that people vaccinated with Covid-19 vaccines are emitting bluetooth mac codes.

We are republishing the video made by a Spanish enterprise that seems to show that people who have been vaccinated for Covid-19 are transmitting unique computer bluetooth MAC addresses, whereas unvaccinated people do not.

Can this be true? We have doubts about whether the contents of the video posted below are genuine, but we can’t discount it at this stage. We will be undertaking more research and will update this post accordingly.


A Google search shows a few fact-check articles claiming the mac addresses seen in this and similar videos are broadcasting from phones and computers, not people. A lot of the information on this particular topic seems to have been removed from the internet.

It seems that the experiment performed in the video above would be fairly easy to replicate. If you are aware of any other evidence to support or deny the claims made in the film, please do drop us a line.


See also: RichPlanet TV tries to get to grips with this topic



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Video courtesy of The authors of the video have kindly given us permission to republish their documentary. All rights reserved.

** This post was originally published on April 10, 2023 **