Gov’t Discloses $1.8B Bungle

Federal failure to stock up on pandemic supplies will cost taxpayers $1.8 billion, budget documents disclosed yesterday. The expense reflects pandemic price markups of three to nine times the regular rates charged by Chinese suppliers after the Public Health Agency ignored successive warnings to stock up: “We would have saved a lot of money.”

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