Military Branches Have Not Granted Any Religious Exemption Requests From Vaccine Mandate

US / Zachary Stieber / Nov 13, 2021

No U.S. military branch has granted a request for religious accommodations from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, military officials said in court filings Friday.

Over 16,000 U.S. service members have submitted applications for a religious exemption from the vaccination requirements, according to court documents. The Air Force has seen the most, by far, with 11,070…


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