Over 100 Marines Discharged For Refusing To Get Vaccinated


The U. S. Marine Corps announced Thursday that its 103 members had been separated over their refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

The separation of the Marines was confirmed in an emailed statement by Marine Corps spokesman Maj. Jim Stenger, who said the “vaccine refusal” discharge code had been applied, The Hill reported.

Active-duty Marines had until Nov. 28 to receive their vaccine or otherwise risked being discharged. The deadline for reserve Marines was set for a month later, Dec. 28, according to The Hill.

The Marine Corps issued a guidance late October, warning that anyone who “received and willfully disobeyed a lawful order” would be processed for separation.

103 Marines have been discharged for refusing the COVID vaccine, the Marine Corps says, as the military services have begun to discharge a pool of possibly as many as 30… (Read more)

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