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Coronavirus: DOD Response

The Defense Department is working closely with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Health and Human Services and the State Department to provide support in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.

DOD Vaccination Administration to DOD Population

DOD Vaccine Data

Total Doses Delivered Total Doses Administered
Total number of doses administered through the DOD provider sites to Service members and other eligible beneficiaries offered vaccinations per DOD’s tiered vaccination program DOD population schema.
Total Utilization Rate
Total Utilization Rate is the percentage of doses delivered to DOD provider sites that have been administered.
4,183,340 3,752,810 89.71%

DOD Vaccination Data

Army Seal Army Marines Seal Marine Corps Navy Seal Navy Air Force Seal Air Force
Space Force data is accounted for in Air Force.
Service Member Total DOD Seal DOD Civilian
DOD civilian data includes federal employees who received vaccinations through DOD providers or self-reported that they have been vaccinated.
Partially Vaccinated 197,882 21,174 36,550 47,025 302,631 59,462
Fully Vaccinated 260,912 83,605 243,902 221,675 810,094 250,335

Data includes Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard. Partially vaccinated represents the total number of people who received at least one dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series. Fully vaccinated represents the number of people who have received the second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series or one dose of the single-shot Johnson and Johnsons Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. Data is reflected on an “as of” M-W-F schedule. There can be a delay between the time a vaccination record occurs and appears in a health record system. Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) has been granted for use of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine among people aged 16 years and older and for use of both the Moderna vaccine and the Johnson and Johnson Janssen vaccine among people aged 18 years and older. COVID-19 vaccines available under pre-licensure status, such as an emergency use authorization (EUA), are voluntary for Service members, though highly encouraged.

DoD Vaccination Administration to DoD Population

DOD Vaccine Data

Total Doses
Delivered
Total Doses
Administered
*
Total number of doses administered through the DOD provider sites to Service members and other eligible beneficiaries offered vaccinations per DOD’s tiered vaccination program DOD population schema.
5,597,160 6,320,861

DOD Vaccination Data

Army Seal Army Marines Seal Marine
Corps
Navy Seal Navy Air Force Seal Air
Force
**
Space Force data is accounted for in Air Force.
Service
Member
Total
DOD Seal DOD
Civilian
Partially
Vaccinated
241,354 10,980 12,163 58,763 323,260 50,710
Fully
Vaccinated
548,630 187,072 382,724 436,998 1,555,424 341,836
Data updated 0600, November 24, 2021
* Total number of doses administered through the DOD provider sites to Service members and other eligible beneficiaries offered vaccinations per DOD’s tiered vaccination program DOD population schema. ** Space Force data is accounted for in Air Force. *** DOD civilian data includes federal employees who received vaccinations through DOD providers or self-reported that they have been vaccinated.
DOD civilian data is as of 0600 November 24, and includes only federal employees who received vaccinations through DOD providers or who are also military health care beneficiaries. The Office of Management and Budget has vaccination data for all DOD federal employees. Data includes Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard. Data is updated weekly. There can be a delay between the time a vaccination record occurs and appears in a health record system.Partially vaccinated represents the total number of people who received at least one dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series. Fully vaccinated represents the number of people who have received the second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series or one dose of the single-shot Johnson and Johnson Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. The total doses administered rate can be higher than the total doses delivered rate because for inventory purposes mRNA vaccine vials have a set number of doses, but in practice additional doses may be extracted.

DoD COVID-19 Cumulative Totals

Cases Hospitalized Recovered Deaths
Military 253,989 2,283 250,183 75
Civilian 72,649 2,067 64,550 373
Dependent 40,761 493 39,577 33
Contractor 24,678 686 23,292 126
Total 392,077 5,529 377,602 607
Army Seal Army Marines Seal Marine
Corps
Navy Seal Navy Air Force Seal Air
Force
National Guard Bureau Seal National
Guard
DOD Seal DOD
Agencies
88,320 28,909 49,432 44,619 41,046 1,663

These presumptive figures will be updated weekly and are refined as the Joint Staff Crisis Management Team receives updated/corrected reporting on case numbers.

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