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PAC looks to table Covid-19 management report at October Parliament session

It says Pharmaniaga Logistic will be called in next to provide testimonies and clarification on issues related to defective ventilators.

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A traveller is screened for Covid-19 upon arrival at KLIA in Sepang, on April 1, 2022 when Malaysia reopened its borders as part of the country's transition towards the endemic phase.
A traveller is screened for Covid-19 upon arrival at KLIA in Sepang, on April 1, 2022 when Malaysia reopened its borders as part of the country's transition towards the endemic phase.

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) says it is committed to tabling the report on its probe into the management of Covid-19 for debate at the third meeting of the second session of the 2023 15th Parliament scheduled for Oct 9 to Nov 30.  

In a statement, PAC chairman Mas Ermieyati Samsudin said five witnesses had testified and provided clarification in the second hearing related to the management of Covid-19 yesterday. 

She said they were health ministry deputy secretary-general (finance) Norazman Ayob, former health ministry secretary-general Chen Chaw Min, former health ministry secretary-general Mohd Shafiq Abdullah, former health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah and former health ministry medical services development division head Dr Asmah Samat.

"PAC wishes to thank all the witnesses and highly appreciates their attendance today, especially the main witness who has retired from the civil service.  
 
"PAC will call Pharmaniaga Logistic Sdn Bhd next to provide their testimonies and clarifications on several issues related to defective ventilators," she said.  

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