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Navy COVID-19 Separations Pass 800 as Service Pushes Toward Fully Vaxxed Operational Force

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The Navy separated 41 sailors over the past week, as the sea service continues to move toward a fully vaccinated operational force.

The Navy has so far separated 804 sailors; the vast majority of them were active-duty. In the past week, 39 active-duty sailors were separated, bringing the total to 753, not including the 22 sailors separated in their first 180 days.

Two reservists were also separated in the past week, which brings the total number of reservists separated to 27.

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