CHICAGO (CBS) — Loretto Hospital Chief Executive Officer George Miller will be suspended without pay for two weeks in the wake of a scandal in which the hospital gave coronavirus vaccines to people who were not eligible.

While it had been announced previously that Miller had been reprimanded, a spokeswoman on Monday evening confirmed the two-week suspension without pay. The suspension will not start right away, as the hospital has to work its way through the controversy, a spokeswoman said.

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Loretto is under fire, accused of giving shots to ineligible but well-connected people, including employees of Trump Tower, Cook County judges, members of a suburban church, employees of a luxury watch and jewelry store on the Gold Coast, and others.

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The city has pulled the hospital’s vaccine supply. Chief operating officer and chief financial officer Dr. Anosh Ahmed resigned last week.

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A search is under way for a new COO and CFO, the spokeswoman said.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff