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Navy Separates 23 Active-Duty Sailors for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine

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The Navy separated 23 active-duty sailors for refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the sea service announced Wednesday.

The 23 separated sailors were all discharged with an honorable characterization of service, according to the Navy’s weekly COVID-19 update. The ranks of the 23 sailors were not immediately clear.

This brings the total number of separations due to COVID-19 vaccination refusal to 45. The other 22 separations were active-duty sailors who were in their first 180 days of service, USNI News previously reported.

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