WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army announced updated COVID-19 vaccination rates and exemption requests as of Mar. 3, 2022.
As of March 3, 2022, the Army has not involuntarily separated any Soldiers solely for refusing the lawful order to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. As previously announced, Army officials have issued guidance for the mandatory initiation of separation for Soldiers who refuse this lawful order.
To date, Army commanders have relieved a total of six Regular Army leaders, including two battalion commanders, and issued 3,183 general officer written reprimands to Regular Army Soldiers for refusing the vaccination order.
As the Army accesses and discharges Soldiers and continues to refine data tracking processes, the vaccination percentages will vary slightly.
For details on Army National Guard vaccination rates, please contact the National Guard Bureau, NGBMediaDesk@mail.mil.
The Army is not releasing further details on U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Army National Guard refusals and exemptions prior to the June 30, 2022 completion goal for each component.
For additional information on Army vaccination rates, contact the U.S. Army Media Relations Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.