Lawsuit alleging COVID-19 vaccine conspiracy by hospitals dismissed

A second federal lawsuit filed against the six local hospital groups, alleging they conspired against their employees by requiring COVID-19 vaccines, has been voluntarily dismissed.

It’s the second time the antitrust lawsuit has been filed and then voluntarily dismissed.

Among the allegations was that the hospital groups – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the Christ Hospital Health Network, Bon Secours Mercy Health, TriHealth, UC Health and St. Elizabeth Healthcare – are requiring employees to be vaccinated even though, according to the lawsuit, there is no increasing spread of the delta variant.

“The plan was simple,” the lawsuit said. “If the six large systems stuck together, all the employees would be trapped.”

The pandemic and the vaccines created to battle it, the lawsuit alleged, is part of a fraud perpetrated by “government, pharmaceutical (companies), social media, mainstream media, corporate America, healthcare and political parties.”

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