I spoke with my mom on the phone today and she told me of something she saw on the national TV recently (I don't watch TV). She says that some official person claimed that vaccines contain some sort of "nanoparticles" that remain in the body and can be later used to detect if a person is vaccinated or not. Unfortunately she couldn't remember more details. This was news to me and I haven't been able to find anything like that on the Internet either. I haven't even heard of this being possible, so I'm quite skeptical. To recap:
- This was claimed on Latvian national TV, but I don't know when. It was recent though (past few weeks).
- The person claiming that was some sort of official person, but I don't know who. Could have been the minister of health, could have been some head doctor from a large hospital, or whatever. But it wasn't a random person with no relations to vaccines.
- I do not know what method would be used to test for these "nanoparticles", but I presume a blood test would be needed.
- I do not know which vaccine they were talking about.
Does anything like this exist? Or is this just another conspiracy theory?
P.S. I am aware that this claim is on a shaky ground, since I can't provide much in the way "who said it where and when". I trust my mother's memory, and I trust that this was an actual claim made on the TV by someone officially-looking - but I also understand that may not be enough for this site. If so, I will accept the closing of this question.