A report has revealed that millions in the UK were tracked by their phones without their knowledge after they received the Covid vaccine.
Phones were tracked without consent as part of a government study into how their movements changed post-injection. According to the report which was leaked by The Telegraph, data from one in ten phones in the UK was tracked in February. The phone data was used by researchers at Oxford University who were carrying out studies for the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Behaviours (SPI-B), which advises the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE).
Oxford scientists used ‘cell phone mobility data’ for one in ten of the British population and figured out that over 4,254 people had received a jab. The scientists then tracked the vaccinated group using call data records and monitored certain locations for the week before and after vaccination to determine whether a change in movement could be detected.
The movements of the monitored vaccinated group were compared against a control group and scientists found that their “average pre-vaccination mobility increased by 218 metres.” According to a government source, people were not tracked at an individual level, data was anonymised, and it was not possible for scientists to identify those who were being monitored.
The source said that it was GPS tracing and the study was given the green-light by an Oxford University ethics committee.