The Army discharged 63 more soldiers this week for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine, bringing the total number of soldiers dismissed to 90, Stars and Stripes reported. The Army has denied about 1,500 requests for medical or religious exemptions, and more than 3,200 cases are still pending.
Data released earlier this week shows the Air Force has separated 236 active duty airmen, the Navy has separated 689 active duty sailors, and the Marine Corps has removed 1,049 Marines.
A federal judge on Monday forced the Navy to stop proceedings against those who sought a religious exemption.
Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jesse Schwab