National Faith Advisory Board urges DOD to exempt religious troops from vaccine mandate

National Faith Advisory Board urges DOD to exempt religious troops from vaccine mandate


The National Faith Advisory Board (NFAB) and more than 1,000 religious leaders sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin on Nov. 15 urging the Department of Defense to grant religious exemptions from the Covid-19 vaccine mandate for all military personnel.

“As faith leaders representing millions of Americans from diverse religious and ethnic backgrounds from across the country, we write to express our strong concern about the potential for military members to be stripped of their religious liberties by not being granted an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate,” the letter reads.

NFAB went on to reveal that out of the hundreds of service members who have applied for a religious exemption, which the mandate allows them to do so, not one has

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