US to Mandate Covid-19 Vaccines to All US Troops


On Monday, 9th August 2021, Pentagon and White House said, starting in the month of September 2021, the United States is now prepared to require all the members of the US military for getting vaccinated against the novel corona virus.

Joe Biden, President of the United States of America said, being vaccinated against the novel corona virus is going to enable their service members for staying healthy along with protecting the families in a better way, and for also ensuring that, their military force is now ready for starting the operations anywhere in the world.

Joe Biden also said, they cannot let up in the fight against the novel corona virus, specifically with the Delta variant of the novel corona virus that has been spreading rapidly through the people who are not vaccinated, and after setting out the corona virus rules for the federal workers of the United States, Joe Biden has directed the Pentagon for looking into when the country is going to require around 750,000 members of the military, that have not yet received the corona virus vaccine.

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The Defense Department of United States has also been targeting the month of September for a deadline of the corona virus vaccination, which has been based on the expectations that, the FDA of the United States of America is going to be giving complete approval to the corona virus vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, and the current corona virus vaccines has been approved under the designation of emergency use by the US FDA.