Physician Luis Benito explains the steps he took, and the observations he made, to record bluetooth-addresses showing on his mobile 'phone when patients - some of whom had covid jabs - came for appointments. This video is translated into English. To do the experiment yourself, a mobile 'phone may apparently need an application that detects all bluetooth devices, including the unnamed ones, and an environment free of all other bluetooth devices.
MICROCHIPPING PEOPLE'S BODIES: ARE NANO-SIZED ROUTER CIRCUITS HIDDEN IN SOME COVID-JAB VIALS?
You will see La Quinta Columna describe and show photographs of the quantum dot technology that is likely generating a Bluetooth MAC address in some people who have opted to receive Covid-jabs. It appears that nano-microchips, designed with a simple capability to route the Internet, may be being injected into some people's bodies, and the technology existed (theoretically) in 2013 (see below).
Quantum dots made of graphene have been used in research (Ahn, Song, & Hong, 2021), and Bill Gates has expressed an interest in putting quantum-dot tatoos on to people. This video is translated from spanish to English.
A scientific paper describing this nano-router technology can be downloaded in English from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260246546_NanoRouter_A_Quantum-dot_Cellular_Automata_Design