Hospitalman Christopher Ramirez, right, from Kimberly, Idaho, assigned to PCU John F. Kennedy Medical Department (CVN 79), administers a COVID-19 vaccine to Lt. Cmdr. George Stegeman, Kennedy’s psychological officer, during the evolution of the joint vaccination of the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) with Kennedy in the arms delivery area aft of Ford, September 30, 2021. United States Navy photo
USNI news: The new Navy guidelines will dump sailors who refuse COVID-19 vaccination without exemption
All active-duty Navy personnel must be vaccinated by November 28 or be separated, according to a Navy administrative message released Wednesday.
All active duty Navy service members who are not fully vaccinated or have an approved or pending exemption will be tried for an honorable separation without involuntary separation, according to NAVADMIN 225/21, issued by the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, l ‘Admiral William. Lescher and Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral John Nowell. Ready Reserve Navy service members will need to be fully vaccinated by December 28.
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To update: US Navy will initiate sailors who reject COVID vaccine (FOX News)
WNU Editor: 90% of the active duty personnel of the United States Navy are currently fully vaccinated …. Hundreds of thousands of US soldiers still unvaccinated before the first vaccine expires: report (The hill)
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