Translated by: MOS Gospel Team – lilian89
The U.S. Navy announced on Wednesday that it has discharged 45 service members, including 23 active-duty personnel, who refused to be vaccinated with the COVID vaccine. As of Thursday, 5,035 active-duty personnel and 2,860 reserves had not been vaccinated, according to the official notice. Of the active duty personnel who have not been vaccinated, 10 received permanent medical waivers and 259 received temporary medical waivers, including 59 administrative waivers.
As of late last week, the Marine Corps had furloughed 334 Marines.
And as of this week, the Air Force had dismissed 111 pilots who refused vaccinations. In total, the U.S. Marine Corps, Air Force and Navy have dismissed more than 500 active duty service members who have not been vaccinated, according to the latest data.
All branches of the U.S. military, which report vaccination rates of more than 90 percent. Despite the availability of religious exemption, it was successful in only a handful of cases.
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