Soldiers Have 3 Months to Get COVID Vaccine or Face Discharge, with Few Waiver Options

Active-duty sol­diers have three months to be ful­ly vac­ci­nat­ed against COVID-19 or face a pos­si­ble dis­charge from the force, the Army announced Tuesday.

The 485,900 sol­diers on active duty must be vac­ci­nat­ed by Dec. 15. But the 336,500 Nation­al Guard and 189,800 Reserve troops have until June 30, 2022, to be ful­ly inoculated.

As of Tues­day, about 80% of active-duty sol­diers had received at least one vac­cine dose, accord­ing to an Army spokesper­son. How­ev­er, the Nation­al Guard and Reserve don’t have accu­rate num­bers for how much of their forces are vac­ci­nat­ed, giv­en many of those troops receive vac­cines out­side of the military.

“This is quite lit­er­al­ly a mat­ter of life and death for our Sol­diers, their fam­i­lies and the com­mu­ni­ties in which we live,” Lt. Gen. R. Scott Din­gle, the U. …

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