Navy discharges first sailors for declining COVID-19 vaccine

群组, 其中包括 20 sailors who had just entered active service, were removed via entry-level separations, causing them to be separated during their first 180 天.

On Dec. 15, Navy commanders were ordered to begin the separation process for sailors who declined to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Navy further said that as of Jan. 5, 2022, the service has approved eight permanent medical exemptions, 242 temporary medical exemptions, 74 administrative exemptions, but no religious exemptions to the vaccine, 尽管 3,009 active duty requests for one.

LAWSUIT FILED ON BEHALF OF NAVY SEALs FACING INTIMIDATION FOR SEEKING RELIGIOUS COVID-19 VACCINE EXEMPTIONS

在这个十二月. 1, 2001, 档案照片, the American flag flies with a background of Navy midshipmen during the national anthem at the 102nd Army Navy NCAA college football game in Philadelphia, 好. (AP Photo/Chris Gardner, 文件)

在这个十二月. 1, 2001, 档案照片, the American flag flies with a background of Navy midshipmen during the national anthem at the 102nd Army Navy NCAA college football game in Philadelphia, 好. (AP Photo/Chris Gardner, 文件)

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