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Poor record keeping

The city of Chicago is out almost 1-million-dollars after poor record keeping allowed thousands of pills, vials and medical tools to spoil. The internal auditors from the Chicago Inspector General David Hoffman office said poor tracking left them unable to determine what happened to 92,000 doses of 18 vaccines. Staff at the warehouse "kept no records whatsoever of the controlled substances," said the Inspector.

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