Navy sailors who refuse COVID-19 vaccine can be discharged, face different administrative movements

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U.S. Navy sailors who refuse to agree to the coronavirus vaccine mandate can be discharged and may just face different administrative movements. 

“In order to ensure a fully vaccinated force, U.S. Navy policy is to process for separation all Navy service members who refuse the lawful order to receive the COVID-19 vaccination and do not have an approved exemption,” the NAVADMIN stated in a observation Monday. 

The COVID Consolidated Disposition Authority, led by means of Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. John Nowell Jr. and Chief of Naval Reserve Vice Adm. John Mustin, may even separate sailors who fail to get the vaccine. Sailors who dont comply and are best separated for refusing the vaccine may just obtain as little as a normal discharge underneath honorable prerequisites, Navy Times reported

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Active-duty sailors had till Nov. 14 to get their final dose of the vaccine, to be able to be totally vaccinated by means of Nov. 28. Members of the Navy Reserve have till Dec. 14 to get their final dose of the vaccine. 

Sailors who reject the vaccine may just additionally lose training advantages, promotions and bonus pay. 

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“Bonuses, special pays and incentive pays become unearned when a Navy service member refusing the vaccine is no longer performing duties for which they are receiving such a bonus, special pay, or incentive pay,” the NAVADMIN states.

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 17: Members of the Navy Ceremonial Guard stand for the national anthem during a ceremony for National POW/MIA Recognition Day, at the U.S. Navy Memorial on September 17, 2021 in Washington, DC. The ceremony honored all military personnel who were prisoners of war or who are still missing in action. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, DC – SEPTEMBER 17: Members of the Navy Ceremonial Guard stand for the nationwide anthem throughout a rite for National POW/MIA Recognition Day, on the U.S. Navy Memorial on September 17, 2021 in Washington, DC. The rite commemorated all army team of workers who had been prisoners of conflict or who’re nonetheless lacking in motion. (Photo by means of Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)
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“Navy service members refusing the vaccine who are in a frocked status should be defrocked as soon as feasible,” the observation added.  

Sailors who’re denied non secular or scientific exemptions have 5 days to start out the method of having totally vaccinated or the Navy starts the separation procedure. 

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Ninety-six p.c of active-duty sailors and 93 p.c of the full drive are totally vaccinated, in keeping with information from the Navy on Nov. 10. The department has now not authorized any non secular exemption requests, Navy Times reported, and best six everlasting scientific exemptions had been authorized.  

The Department of Defense introduced in overdue August that each one participants of the army will have to get vaccinated, President Biden mandated that each one federal staff be totally vaccinated by means of Nov. 22.

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