Ohio County Judge Reverses Order Forcing Hospital To Administer Dewormer To Intubated Anti-Vaccine Patient

The Ohio Capital Journal reports:

A Butler County judge sided with a local hospital and reversed a previous court order forcing it to honor a prescription of ivermectin, which infectious disease experts have warned against as a COVID-19 treatment, for a patient who has spent weeks in the ICU with the disease.

After two days of testimony and arguments, Common Pleas Judge Michael Oster issued an order Monday siding with West Chester Hospital. He said the hospital bears no duty to honor a prescription written for Jeffrey Smith, 51, for ivermectin, a drug used as a dewormer in horses and an anti-parasitic in humans.

Read the full article. Smith’s wife says she and her husband refused to get the “experimental” COVID vaccine.