Pharmaceuticals companies have been hit with a class-action lawsuit filed by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids claiming that their companies knowingly sold the dangerous COVID vaccine without a proper regulatory approval process.
The suit filed on Monday, which claims that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) violated the U,S.
Constitution and federal law, also accuses Pfizer and its affiliated companies of engaging in fraudulent marketing practices, including misleading consumers and patients.
The class action is being brought in the Southern District of New York, where Pfizer is based, and is seeking class-wide damages for the companies.
The FDA is a branch of the U.,S.
Department of Health and Human Services.
The plaintiffs allege that Pfizer, Eli Lilly and the other companies knowingly provided a COVID vaccines to consumers who had not received a valid and required COVID vaccination certificate and that the companies engaged in fraudulent advertising and deceptive marketing practices in order to make COVID drugs available to consumers without a valid COVID certificate.
The lawsuit also alleges that the defendants knew or should have known that a CONV vaccine could cause serious health problems, and were aware of this risk and knew that the products were not safe and effective.
The lawsuit also seeks a declaration that the company and its subsidiaries are liable for the damage caused by the COVID viruses.
Pfizer’s lawyers responded to the lawsuit on Monday afternoon, saying that the lawsuit has no merit and that they plan to vigorously defend the complaint.
“We are confident that our customers will see through the allegations contained in this lawsuit,” the company said in a statement.
“Our attorneys are preparing a response to the complaint in the near future.”
The lawsuit follows another class action filed last month by the anti-vaccine group, the Campaign to Stop the Epidemic.
The FDA has denied the claims in both lawsuits, saying the vaccine is safe and has not caused a single case of COVID.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says more than 1.1 million people have died from COVID, with more than 6.5 million infected.
The vaccine has been approved by the FDA for use by adults aged 19 and older.