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Navy Exceeds 500 COVID-19 Vaccine-Related Separations

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The Navy separated 75 sailors last week, bringing the total number of separations over refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to 544.

Of the separations, 519 were active-duty sailors who have served more than 180 days, 22 were sailors in their first 180 days and three are reservists, according to the Navy’s weekly COVID-19 update, which publishes Wednesdays.

Of the branches, the Navy has the second-most separations behind the Marine Corps. As of March 16, 1,174 Marines were separated due to refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19, an increase of 136 since March 9.

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