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Navy Shifts COVID-19 Strategy on Ships To Adhere to CDC Guidance as Omicron Variant Surges

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New naval guidance for operating under COVID-19 will include shorter isolation periods for those with the virus, as the Navy moves to a fully vaccinated fleet.

The new standard operating guidance, issued Jan. 15 by deputy chief of naval operations for operations, plans and strategy Vice Adm. William Merz, follows guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which lowered isolation periods for those who were sick with COVID-19.

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