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2021-2022 NAVY MANDATORY COVID-19 VACCINATION AND REPORTING POLICY

Navy service members will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 through administration of vaccines that have received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) licensure or through the voluntary administration of vaccines under FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) or World Health Organization (WHO) Emergency Use Listing.Active duty service members, service members in
the selected reserve, and service members in the Individual Ready Reserve are considered Navy service members for the purposes of this NAVADMIN.

For more information, see NAVADMIN 190/21.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE COVID-19 TESTING PRIOR TO OVERSEAS TRAVEL (UPDATE 2)

The dynamic nature of the COVID-19 pandemic requires the continuation of measures to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 spread.
Many countries, to include the U.S., require negative test results before arrival.

For more details, see NAVADMIN 150/21.

CANCELLATION OF URINALYSIS POLICY UPDATE

Commands will return to normal testing procedures and requirements as outlined in reference (b), including the requirement in paragraph 6.a., enclosure (2) to provide their echelon 3 commander with the reason for failing to comply with reference (b). This includes areas/situational environments where COVID-19 restrictions limit or prevent normal testing
implementation. Commands shall not recall individuals who are restricted in movement or quarantined, except in cases of probable cause, or as determined by the commanding officer in consultation with local judge advocate general officer. Telework does not excuse an individual from participating in urinalysis.

For more information, see NAVADMIN 100/21

PROCEDURES FOR FOREIGN VISIT REQUESTS TO U.S. NAVY COMMANDS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

All foreign personnel who have not been fully immunized or fully
recovered from COVID-19 within the previous 90 days traveling from outside the U.S. to visit a U.S. Navy command will be required to complete a 10 day restriction of movement (ROM) period upon arrival in the U.S. Vaccinations may be of any type approved for use inthe foreign partners country. USN commands hosting foreign visits may, at the direction of the first Flag or Senior Executive Service in the chain of command, waive the ROM requirement if ROM is impractical, the visit is considered mission essential and appropriate safety precautions are in place. Foreign personnel already in the U.S. for over 10 days are not required to ROM.

For more information, see NAVADMIN 052/21.

 

 

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