There are ten ingredients in Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccines. However, some theories of “conspiracy” sectors claim that the formulation of the vaccine includes a futuristic microchip whose purpose is to track the carrier, so that the US government can control their movements.
COVID-19 vaccines are not microchipped
With the recent authorization that the vaccine received from Pfizer and the millions of doses that will be distributed nationwide, rumors have resurfaced, which is why the pharmaceutical company has had to announce the full content of its immunizing prescription.
In the vaccine, there is an important active ingredient: a molecule called messenger RNA (mRNA), which has genetic instructions for a coronavirus protein called “spike” or “spike”. The function of mRNA is to command human cells to make spike proteins, thus exposing the immune system to a well-recognized characteristic of the virus. The theory of mechanism of action is to make it easier for the human body to become familiar with one of the most distinguishable features of the virus, so that it can recognize it and quickly crush it if it tries to create an infection.
The mRNA breaks down quickly, leaving no trace in the body. However, as in any other vaccine, the immune system remains etched against the virus: the desired target.
The Pfizer vaccine also contains nine other ingredients. Four of them are lipids with chemical names: (4-hydroxybutyl) azanediol) bis (hexane-6,1-diol) bis (ALC-3015); (2-hexyldecanoate), 2 – [(polyethylene glycol) -2000] -N, N-ditetradecylacetamide (ALC-0159); 1,2-distearoyl-sglycero-3-phosphocholine (DPSC); and cholesterol.
Pfizer’s vaccine also includes sucrose, or sugar, in order to prevent the nanoparticles from clumping together when frozen during storage.
The vaccine also contains four salts: potassium chloride dihydrate, monobasic potassium phosphate, monobasic sodium phosphate, and sodium chloride.