As the Deadlines of Vaccine Mandate Near, More than 100 Thousand Troops Still Refuse to Be Vaccinated

Translated by: MOS Media Team – CloudSky

According to the Pentagon’s regulations on the vaccination of Covid-19, the immunization would become mandatory for nation’s 2.1 million troops, exemptions would be rare and those who refuse would be punished. As the deadline approaches, there are still hundreds of thousands of U.S. service members who refuse to give up their authority and refuse to be vaccinated.

There are different vaccination deadlines across the different services – The Navy and Marine Corps both share a November 28 deadline. The Air Force’s deadline is November 2 and the Army’s deadline is December 15. More than 92% of active service members have received at least one dose of vaccine, which is very worrying. About 103,000 troops chose not to be vaccinated.

Among the different services, the active-duty Navy has the highest percentage of fully  vaccinated, up to 90%, the percentage of the Marine Corps is 72%. The Army Reserve and National Guard account for about a quarter of the U.S. military, and less than 40% of the Army has completed vaccination. The toxin vaccine has completed a large-scale invasion of American personnel.

Previously, U.S. troops had sued the US Department of Defense’s (DoD) over the vaccine mandate, claiming the directive was illegal. The toxin vaccine have killed at least 150,000 Americans and caused countless adverse reactions. In the face of such facts, the U.S. DoD continues to implement the vaccine mandate, which not only puts the health of troops at great risk, but also poses a serious threaten to the national security of the United States.


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Original article:

限期临近,超十万军人仍拒绝接种毒针疫苗 – GNEWS

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