Redl’s father-in-law’s company received a subsidy from Prague and a favorable lease. He reported to Hlubuček
Two years ago, the company GHC Genetics, which is 20 percent controlled by Viktor Furman, obtained several collection points for covid testing in the center of Prague from the municipality without a tender process. At the same time, this was very lucrative during the epidemic, people were reimbursed by insurance companies, specifically GHC Genetics received from VZP until this January a total of 146 million crowns for PCR tests, and another 42.7 million for antigen tests.
In addition to the fact that Prague offers the company to test in exposed locations, GHC Genetics, as the only laboratory, also received an extraordinary subsidy from the municipality.
The news that Prague is opening new collection points for covid two years ago in October announced Today, the criminally prosecuted deputy mayor Petr Hlubuček, who, however, was in charge of security, not health care, in the council.
“In cooperation with GHC Genetics, we are opening two more test sites. One in Vítězné náměstí and the other in the Nad Džbánem parking lot,” announced Hlubuček on his now-defunct Facebook account at the time, as well as in a press release on the website of the municipality. “Today we introduced a new mobile testing laboratory with GHC Genetics,” Hlubuček then announced in 2020 the opening of another testing site on Twitter, which is also now inactive.
Recently, he himself admitted that the co-owner of GHC Genetics is his friend. “I meet a lot of people socially. Mr. Redl married