The United States Army has been notified to plan for mandatory COVID vaccinations to protect against the China virus as soon as September 1st of this year.
Demand for the vaccine has waned over the past couple of months throughout the military as well as the general public. As this happens the federal government seems to be getting more aggressive in its approach to coerce people to receive the experimental COVID jab.
Coincidentally, the new ‘delta variant’ of the COVID virus has become a topic of concern in the fake news media just as demand for the vaccines is subsiding.
The Army has directed commands to prepare to administer mandatory COVID-19 vaccines as early as Sept. 1, pending full FDA licensure, Army Times has learned. The directive came from an execute order sent to the force by Department of the Army Headquarters. pic.twitter.com/P7O37MRHK2
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Army Times reported about mandatory vaccines for service members:
The Army has directed commands to prepare to administer mandatory COVID-19 vaccines as early as Sept. 1, pending full Food and Drug Administration licensure, Army Times has learned.
The directive came from an execute order sent to the force by Department of the Army Headquarters.
Army Times obtained a portion of a recent update to HQDA EXORD 225-21, COVID-19 Steady State Operations.
“Commanders will continue COVID-19 vaccination operations and prepare for a directive to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for service members 01 September 2021, pending full FDA licensure,” the order said. “Commands will be prepared to provide a backbrief on servicemember vaccination status and way ahead for completion once the vaccine is mandated.”
EXORDS are utilized when the president directs the defense secretary to execute a military operation.
“As a matter of policy we do not comment on leaked documents. The vaccine continues to be voluntary,” said Maj. Jackie Wren, an Army spokesperson. “If we are directed by DoD to change our posture, we are prepared to do so.”
The Pentagon has not put out any guidance to the services to prepare for a mandatory vaccine roll-out in September, a defense official separately told Army Times.
It was not immediately clear whether the vaccines would even be approved in time for a Sept. 1 mandatory rollout. And an FDA spokesperson did not have an exact timeline available.
The ”timelines for vaccine approval may vary depending on a number of factors, but as Pfizer and Moderna announced, they have initiated rolling submissions of their biologics license applications for their COVID-19 vaccines,” said Alison Hunt, an FDA spokesperson. “As a general matter, FDA cannot comment on particular applications.”
Once the companies finish collecting biologics license application data on their vaccines, the FDA will take 60 days to review the applications for full approval, in accordance with the agency’s guidelines for priority review.
The Army currently has around 70 percent of its force vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, director of the Defense Health Agency.
As the military begins to mandate vaccinations for service members it will surely be just a matter of time before the mandate shifts to the general public.
It is imperative we stand up for our rights and fight back against being injected with these untested experimental vaccines. Vaccines that have shown serious unreported side-effects!