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Navy Separates 50 Enlisted Sailors for COVID-19 Vaccine Refusal

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The Navy separated 50 sailors in the past week for refusing to get vaccinated against COIVD-19, bringing the total of separated sailors to 320, according to a spokesman with the chief of naval personnel.

The sailors were all within their first six years of services and had ranks ranging from seamen recruit to petty officer first class, said service spokesman Lt. Travis Callaghan.

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