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Navy Separations Over COVID-19 Vaccine Refusal Jump by Nearly 100 in a Week


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The Navy nearly separated 100 active-duty sailors as the sea service continues toward a force fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Navy separated 99 active-duty sailors this week, according to its weekly COVID-19 update, which publishes weekly on Wednesdays. This brings the total number of sailors, including members of the reserve, to 419.

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