PHARMALLY Pharmaceuticals Corporation has been asked to vacate its offices in an apartment building in Bonifacio Global City by September 30, 2021, a senior executive told the Senate’s Blue Ribbon Committee on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Huang Tzu Yen, chief executive Pharmally officer, who virtually participated in the resumption of the investigation into the deficiencies in the 2019 coronavirus disease (Covid-19) use in the Department of Health (DOH) pandemic budget, said they had been asked to move out because of the ongoing Senate hearing.

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However, on September 6, the committee announced that the building owner issued a certificate of non-residency in February 2020 stating that Pharmally was a former tenant. Huang insisted that they still have a lease for their offices. However, he said that their employees were working “remotely” due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Huang, who is in his Singapore residence, said he was ready to take his oath in front of the Philippine embassy to tell the truth during the investigation. Committee chairman Senator Richard Gordon said they would call the Philippine Embassy in Singapore and ask them to go to Yen’s apartment to ease his oath of face masks, Covid-19 test kits and personal protective equipment (PPE) a year 2020. The small business is affiliated with Michael Yang, former presidential advisor on economic affairs. (Third Anne Peralta-Malonzo / SunStar Philippines)

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