The Biden administration found a hill that about 10,000 Marines wouldn’t climb.
With the upcoming November 28 deadline for Marines complying with the Marines’ mandate to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, approximately 10,000 active-duty Marines are under-vaccinated, follow Washington Posts.
Although 94% of Marine Corps personnel were vaccinated, the rest of the military did not have time to complete the vaccination regimen ahead of time.
The Marines aren’t the only branch of the service where vaccinations are an issue.
About 9,600 Air Force staff have refused immunizations, are applying for a waiver, or have failed to report their immunization status.
Few Navy Seals and other elite fighters sued to claim the vaccine mandate was overturned.
Late last month, the Marine Corps began ramping up the heat for its members. One administrative directives says the Marines have three options: Take the shot, withdraw, or apply for a waiver.
According to Captain Andrew Wood, a spokesman for the Marines, the Marines have not approved any religious exemptions since Thursday. Marines Times.
Administrative directives didn’t pull any punches.
Should these Marines do what they are ordered to do?
Yes: 11% (1 Vote)
No: 89% (8 Votes)
“The Marines refuse COVID-19 vaccinations, no approved medical or administrative waiver, religious accommodation or pending appeal will be processed for administrative separation,” the directive said.
“Marines separated for denial of vaccinations will not be eligible for involuntary separation pay and will be required to refund any unearned special wages or incentives and educational support.” before,” it continued.
“Marines who fail to fulfill their service obligations under the Education Transfer Benefit will lose their eligibility for the GI Bill benefits after 9/11 have delivered and may be reimbursed if the Department of Veterans Affairs has processed the payment for transferred benefits.”
The issue of vaccinations has divided people on Twitter.
Like I’m losing hope, a few good Marines are moving forward in the fight against sudden-onset myocarditis.
Marines’ vaccine compliance stays on schedule for the military’s worst as deadline approaches https://t.co/QL77pC3ILZ
– xMaverick (@brettmaverick_) November 21, 2021
Hey Marines- let’s act together!
The Marines’ vaccine compliance is of course the military’s worst https://t.co/CGvmdZlwNb
– Rosemary (@GardensRosemary) November 21, 2021
Marine Corps Commander David H. Berger released a video attempting to encourage compliance.
– United States Marine Corps (@USMC) November 8, 2021
“When something bad happens around the world and the president says, ‘I need to know how long it will take to get the Marines there,’ it’s too late to get vaccinated,” Berger said in the video.
“We need every Marine in the unit to become vaccination. We don’t have any more Marines. We’re a pretty small force, and we have to make sure everyone on the team is ready for action. That is our job.”
“We will… give them a chance to change their mind,” said Del Toro.
Del Toro said any loss of personnel would have a “minimal impact” on readiness.
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