(Worthy News) – The Marines have granted two religious exemptions for the coronavirus vaccine, making it the first service branch to do so despite more than 13,000 requests across the military.
The service branch announced the two approved exemptions on Thursday in its weekly update, in which it also upped the number of active-duty Marines discharged for refusing the vaccine from 251 to 351.
To date, 3,350 Marines have requested religious accommodations, but 3,212 have been processed and denied. The rest are still in the evaluation process. Despite thousands of requests, the Army, Navy, and Air Force have not granted any religious exemptions. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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