US Army Considers Re-Enlisting Discharged Soldiers Who Refused COVID-19 Vaccination Due to Recruitment Issues

In an effort to address the ongoing recruitment challenges, the US Army has resorted to sending guidelines to those who were previously discharged for refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine. The Army is facing difficulties in finding new recruits and is taking measures to retain existing soldiers. As a result, they are providing information to those who were previously discharged for vaccine refusal, outlining the steps they can take to rejoin the Army. This initiative highlights the Army’s determination to maintain its strength and combat readiness in the face of ongoing challenges.

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Army Sent Letters to Discharged Soldiers Amid US Army Struggles to Find Recruits

As per Task and Purpose, soldiers who were discharged from the Army due to their refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine have now received detailed instructions on how they can re-enlist. This development comes at a time when the US Army is facing difficulties in finding new recruits.

Around 1,900 discharged soldiers were sent letters by the US Army, asking them how they could rejoin the force. The authenticity of these letters, which made rounds on social media, was confirmed by the Army itself.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Among Soldiers Still Encouraged

Yahoo News reported that several US soldiers have refused to comply with the military regulations mandating service personnel to receive the COVID-19 vaccine between August and November 2021.

According to the memo, those who decline to take the vaccine will not be eligible to serve in the military if they are seeking religious, administrative, or medical accommodations.

Currently, the memo remains in effect and the department persists in promoting and encouraging soldiers to receive the vaccination.

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