WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army surpassed a person million COVID-19 vaccines administered at professional medical treatment method amenities yesterday. As of May well 11, the Military has administered 1,014,095 COVID-19 vaccination doses at health care treatment amenities in roughly 80 destinations all around the world to servicemembers, households, civilians, contractors, and other suitable beneficiaries.
Of those, 436,533 recipients are entirely vaccinated and 577,562 have gained the very first dose.
358,512 Troopers have received their 1st vaccine and 278,336 are absolutely vaccinated. Almost fifty percent of lively duty Soldiers have received at minimum a single dose and above just one-3rd are entirely vaccinated.
“I’m extremely happy and grateful for the effort and hard work our professional medical teams have invested to access this milestone of a single million vaccinations administered. It is a testament to their commitment to the well being and basic safety of our power,” said Christopher Lowman, senior official executing the duties of the Under Secretary of the Army. “This is aiding us increase our readiness and get care of our communities.”
The Army’s attempts are aligned with the Office of Defense’s mission to aggressively and efficiently administer vaccinations and is contributing to the defense and readiness of active-responsibility, Reserve and National Guard Troopers, as very well as all mission-vital civilian personnel and other staff accomplishing mission-vital functions. Vaccination appointments are at present open to all suitable beneficiaries.
For more details on the vaccination mission at Army health-related services, speak to the U.S. Military General public Affairs Business at [email protected]
Editor’s notice: This release has been updated to appropriate a miscalculation in the sum of Soldiers who have been thoroughly or partially vaccinated.