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Navy Speeding Up Rate of Separations Over COVID-19 Vaccinations


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The Navy is accelerating the rate of separations from the service due to refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19 removing 112 sailors this week, according to the service’s latest COVID-19 update.

Of the 240 total sailors separated for vaccine refusal, 217 had been in the service longer than 6 months, 22 were for sailors who were in for less than six months and one was a reservist.

It was not immediately clear from the release how long the recently separated sailors served. At least 23 of the active-duty sailors already separated served less than six years, USNI News previously reported.

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