Employees forced by bosses to take ivermectin can sue, says lawyers

Bernard Saw

Ivermectin is not approved for use as a treatment for Covid-19. – EPA pic, August 18, 2021.

EMPLOYERS can be held liable if employees are forced to take the veterinary drug ivermectin for Covid-19 infection, a lawyer said.

Workers can also take legal action against bosses if they develop side effects, even after signing a consent form to take the drug, because Ivermectin has not been approved by the country’s pharmaceutical regulators for use against Covid-19, lawyer Ng Geok Chee said.

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