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Navy SEALs Told They're Undeployable If They Don't Get COVID-19 Vaccine - Lawyers

Navy SEALs Told They're Undeployable If They Don't Get COVID-19 Vaccine - Lawyers | 28 Sept 2021 | Navy SEALs have been informed by their superiors that they won’t be deployed if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine, even if they're granted a religious or medical exemption, according to lawyers representing the elite special operations troops and a document seen by The Epoch Times. "What they've been told is if they apply for a religious accommodation, they will no longer be deployable," R. Davis Younts, who is representing seven SEALs and is in talks to take on approximately 20 others, told The Epoch Times. Timothy Parlatore, whose firm represents a number of SEALs and other service members concerned about the vaccines, said his clients have also been given a similar ultimatum. Some SEALs have even been sent home mid-deployment for refusing a vaccine, one of his clients told him.