COVID-19 vaccination mandate lifted for army | Castle Drum


WASHINGTON — In a memo issued Tuesday, Protection Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III rescinded COVID-19 vaccination mandates for army individuals.

The Pentagon memo, thru provisions within the Nationwide Protection Authorization Act for 2023, eliminates the vaccination necessities for army department staff established Aug. 24, 2021, and the necessities for Nationwide Guard and Reserve staff established Nov. 30, 2021.

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