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One-Third of Troops Turning Down CCP Virus Vaccine: Pentagon

he Department of Defense (DoD) said that about one-third of U.S. military troops have declined to get the Wuhan coronavirus vaccine. Top Pentagon officials commented that despite this percentage, the majority of the armed forces had accepted the jab. They reiterated that efforts to educate troops on the importance of the vaccines would be continued, in line with officials aiming to vaccinate the entire armed forces. (Natural News)

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Acting Defense Secretary for Homeland Defense and Global Security Bob Salesses laid down military COVID-19 vaccination figures during a Feb. 17 House Committee on Armed Services hearing. Of the almost 916,000 doses administered to Pentagon personnel, 359,000 have received the initial dose. Meanwhile, 147,000 have completed the vaccine’s two-dose regimen.  Covid19 Vaccine CDC Zombie Apocalypse

Salesses told lawmakers during the hearing that vaccination for the DoD’s civilian, military and contractor workforce will probably happen sometime in late July or August 2021.

Joint Chiefs of Staff Vice Director for Operations Maj. Gen. Jeff Taliaferro said vaccination acceptance rates in the military amounted to two-thirds of the force’s headcount. “Our initial look … [on] very early data is [that] acceptance rates are somewhere in the two-thirds territory. And of course, it varies by different groups,” he told lawmakers.

National Guard Bureau Operations Head Maj. Gen. Steven Nordhaus seconded Taliaferro’s estimate. He said that the National Guard had a vaccine acceptance rate of “two-thirds to 70 percent,” which mirrored that of the military.

Taliaferro commented that military officials want personnel to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and said they would bolster efforts to encourage vaccination. He told legislators: “We believe that … the vaccine is the right thing to do. It’s clearly safe for service members, [and] we need to continue to educate our force and help them understand the benefits.”

The U.S. military is administering the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, which were both given emergency-use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration.

The Epoch Times has reached out to the Pentagon for comment on the matter.


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