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Navy COVID-19 Vaccine Separations Drop as Injunction Takes Hold

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Navy separations due to COVID-19 vaccine refusal dropped over the past week, the result of the injunction preventing the sea service from separating those who applied for religious waivers.

The Navy reports approved separations each week in the service’s COVID-19 update. Due to a class-action lawsuit against the Navy and Department of Defense officials, the service cannot separate anyone who submitted a religious exemption request, which halted some of the approved separations, Lt. Travis Callaghan said in an email.

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