Published on Dec 12, 2022
Defense Secretary Austin wants to keep COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troops
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The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says he wants to keep the vaccine mandate for the United States armed forces, despite calls from Republicans and some Democrats to get rid of it due to low recruitment and high discharge numbers.
On Nov. 30, more than 20 GOP governors sent a letter to the Biden administration arguing that due to the mandate it has been hard to recruit and keep troops for the military and the National Guard.
"We ask you to take immediate action to remove and prohibit the Biden Administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate on members...
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