Dismissal of unvaccinated in the U.S. Air Force is postponed for at least a year

The order does not apply to those soldiers and officers who have not been vaccinated or who have only received the first vaccination, who will document their transfer by November 29, or have already moved their personal belongings to a new place of service.

The dismissal of non-vaccinated COVID-19 servicemen from the U.S. Air Force is postponed for at least a year. This follows from a memo published on Wednesday evening by the Military Times newspaper by the Deputy Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force for Personnel Affairs, Lieutenant General Brian Kelly.

This document presented this week, which was reviewed by the publication, states that servicemen of the U.S. Air Force who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 by the due date and have not provided an official exemption from this procedure will not, starting from November 29, receive new assignments and, accordingly, move to a new duty station. “This restriction,” the newspaper quotes Kelly’s note, “will remain in force until military personnel either receive a full vaccination against COVID-19 or receive an exemption [from vaccinations] approved for religious or medical reasons.” The order does not apply to those soldiers and officers who have not been vaccinated or who have only received the first vaccination, who will document their transfer by November 29, or have already moved their personal belongings to a new duty station.

The “new policy”, the newspaper notes, will be in effect for a year, which will give the Air Force time to consider applications for the exemption that have not yet been approved, to appeal already rejected appeals, and to part with those who do not obey – without reason – the order on mandatory vaccination.

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