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U.S. Navy personnel who refuse to be vaccinated will not be promoted?
Deprived of combat qualifications or even expelled! The consequences of U.S. Navy personnel’s refusal to vaccinate the COVID-19 vaccine announced
According to the latest instructions of the US Navy leadership, US Navy personnel who refuse to receive the COVID-19 vaccine may face punishments such as cancellation of their professional qualifications, dismissal of their duties, and even dismissal.
COVID-19 vaccine inoculation of U.S. Navy personnel stationed in Japan in July this year(globenews)
According to US media “Defense One” reported on October 14, the US Navy issued a statement on Thursday stating that US sailors must always be ready to perform missions around the world. Vaccination is essential to protect the health of the army and the state of the fleet’s combat readiness. .
The day before, the U.S. Navy issued an administrative information guide stating the administrative penalties for those who have not been fully vaccinated and are not eligible for pending or approved exemptions. It also appoints the person responsible for the resignation of unvaccinated active and reservists. .
According to reports, U.S. Navy personnel who refuse to be vaccinated will not be promoted or promoted and will not be allowed to re-enlist. Commanders are also authorized to temporarily reassign personnel who refuse to be vaccinated based on combat readiness or mission needs, regardless of their exempt status.
According to the US Navy, as of October 13, 94% of active duty personnel have been fully immunized, and 99% have received at least one dose of the vaccine. The deadline for full vaccination of active duty personnel is November 28, which means they must receive a second dose before November 14. Reserve personnel must be fully vaccinated before December 28.
The report mentioned that after the final deadline in November or December, US Navy personnel who refuse to be vaccinated will begin to face administrative (penalties) measures. The personnel concerned may be disqualified from professional qualifications, including combat qualifications and minor professional qualifications. You may also be required to refund allowances, incentives, training and education expenses, etc.
According to the report, further punishments include dismissal from the army or even expulsion.
Although the vast majority of active duty personnel have been partially or fully vaccinated, there are still some people and organizations in the U.S. Navy who oppose it. In addition, the US Marine Corps will soon release their guidelines to explain what disciplinary action will be taken if the Marines refuse to be vaccinated.
U.S. Navy personnel who refuse to be vaccinated will not be promoted.
(source:internet, reference only)