Euro: company owned by health minister’s daughter received subsidy for sanitizers

The Medimun company, which is controlled by the daughter of Health Minister Roman Prymula,  received a subsidy of more than 650,000 crowns from the Business and Innovation for Competitiveness Operational Program in August this year, according to the news site .

The money was reportedly intended to buy technology for the production of sanitizers. writes that up until that time the company suffered losses and showed little activity.

Neither the health minister nor his daughter have commented on the matter.