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You are at the official site for Navy information and updates on Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19). Visit frequently to learn about the latest policies, leadership messages, and guidance on how to protect yourself, your family, and your Shipmates.
Department of the Navy Return to the Workplace COVID-19 Guidance and Resources 2020 (updated July 28, 2020) (PDF). Information to assist the military and civilian employees on workforce management, reporting, testing, personnel protection, telework policy, travel and more. Information is subject to change. Consult the following links for updated guidance: ALNAV Library, NAVADMIN Library, and MARADMIN Library.
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NAVY COVID-19 UPDATE
September 28, 2022
The next report is expected to post Oct. 26, 2022.
As of Sept. 27, 2022, 2,623 active component and 3,040 Ready Reserve service members remain unvaccinated.
As a result of the class action certification and corresponding injunction issued by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, NAVADMIN 083/22, released March 30, 2022, suspended separation processing and adverse administrative consequences for Navy service members who submitted requests for religious accommodation from the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
There have been 1,712 separations for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine. In accordance with NAVADMIN 083/22, Sailors who submitted religious accommodation requests may no longer be separated for vaccine refusal. Vaccine refusers who have not submitted religious accommodation requests remain subject to adverse administrative action, including separation.
There have been 1,364 Active Component Sailors and 326 Reserve Component Sailors separated, all with an honorable characterization of service. Guidance for separating Navy service members refusing the vaccine was set by the COVID-19 Consolidated Disposition Authority and is detailed in NAVADMIN 283/21.
There have been 22 Entry Level Separations (ELS). In accordance with the Naval Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN) 1910-154 and NAVADMIN 225/21, this reflects service members who, since the time of the vaccine mandate, were separated during initial training periods within their first 180 days of active duty.
Fourteen religious accommodation requests for members of the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) and one Selected Reserve (SELRES) have been conditionally approved. A conditional approval means that the individual is not required to be vaccinated while in the IRR, but must be fully vaccinated as defined in NAVADMIN 190/21 prior to returning to service.
As of Sept. 27, 2022, there are 3,384 active duty and 882 Ready Reserve requests for a religious accommodation from immunization for the COVID-19 vaccine.
As of Sept. 27, 2022, active duty service members currently have 21 permanent medical exemptions and 189 temporary medical exemptions, and Ready Reserve service members currently have 3 permanent medical exemption and 55 temporary medical exemptions.
Starting with the Dec. 10 report, the vaccination and religious accommodation request data is provided by the data collected by the COVID-19 Consolidated Disposition Authority (CCDA), as directed in NAVADMIN 249/21: CCDA Data Reporting Requirements. On Feb. 22, 2022, NAVADMIN 042/22 was released updating these reporting requirements.
On Dec. 15, 2021, NAVADMIN 283/21 was released outlining execution guidance regarding separation of Navy service members refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Dec. 22, 2021, NAVADMIN 289/21 was released outlining guidance encouraging COVID-19 vaccine boosters.
* Active Cases + Recovered + Deaths = Cumulative Total COVID Cases
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