A ‘vaccine pass’ transplanted into the skin… do you want to plant

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It is a real-time e-news that looks at the news that became a hot topic on the Internet overnight.

These days, before entering a restaurant or cafe, you have to prove your vaccination using your smartphone.

In Sweden, a microchip-type quarantine pass that can be implanted on the skin is attracting attention.

A Swedish company specializing in implantable electronic chips has recently developed a bio-chip type quarantine pass that is implanted into the skin, foreign media reported.

After the chip is implanted in the arm, the information is updated, and the vaccination certificate appears on the screen when the smartphone is held nearby.

The cost of implanting the chip is said to be 100 euros, or about 130,000 won.

In some cases, concerns have been raised about the invasion of privacy due to this chip, but the company explained that ‘the chip does not have a battery and cannot send a signal by itself’ and ‘it is just a simple identification card’.

It was reported that an unknown car deliberately collided with his car, and the repair cost was over 10 million won.

On the 19th, it is a parking lot in front of a building in Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do.

Another car comes and hits the parked white car.

It wants to back up and then crashes into it again.

The victim’s owner claimed, ‘I went to work on Sunday because I was busy with the company, and while I was working, an unknown vehicle seriously damaged the car parked at the company, threatened myself with the vehicle and fled.’ It is said that the threatening behavior continued for 7 minutes.

The victim said that he had reported to the police for property damage, but the cost of repairing the car was over 10 million won.

In addition, he explained that he was an affair and complained that the video was spread online and suffered secondary damage.

A traffic expert who saw the video said, “It seems that it can be seen as damage to special property, special threats, and special assault,” and “the perpetrator may be arrested.”

Ahead of Christmas, I’ve seen a lot of articles about small-scale bakeries fighting for whipped cream.

Recently, the small business community has been flooded with articles asking for fresh cream in a hurry.

It is said that there is no way to get it even if you go to a large mart nearby. In fact, the total number of cows in the third quarter of this year decreased by 7,700 from the same Giga last year, and the number of cows in the second quarter recorded the lowest number in 10 years.

Since fresh cream is made by separating fat from raw milk, a decrease in the amount of milk due to a decrease in the number of cows has also affected the supply of fresh cream.

Moreover, it is analyzed that this year, the number of consumers having a home party due to Corona 19 has increased significantly, and the shortage of whipped cream has worsened.

There is growing anxiety among small bakeries that they can miss the end of the year because they cannot get fresh cream. On the other hand, large franchises say that there is no big problem by adjusting their supply management in advance for the end of the year.

Reference-news.sbs.co.kr

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