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Dec. 7, 2021

New variant on the rise, get boosted now

Since the end of November 2021, there has been a lot of talk about a new coronavirus variant of concern – Omicron. Recently detected, the Omicron variant has quickly spread around the globe, and while public health officials and experts across the U.S. government have been working to learn more about this variant, President Joe Biden announced

June 30, 2021

COVID Vaccine: Almost to 70%

The Coast Guard has nearly reached its goal of vaccinating 70% of our entire workforce by the July 4th holiday as we strive to vaccinate 100% of the workforce. The Coast Guard is making considerable progress in ensuring we are protecting ourselves, our shipmates, our families, and our communities against COVID-19.

June 14, 2021

A Conversation Guide to Encourage Shipmates, Family, and Friends to Get Vaccinated.

The current COVID-19 vaccines the Coast Guard is administering are safe and effective.  To date, the Coast Guard has fully vaccinated over 64% of the workforce and vaccines are widely available.

June 14, 2021

Getting Vaccinated: The Coast Guard Workforce

With over two-thirds of the Coast Guard workforce fully or partially vaccinated as of June 7, 2021, the service is approaching the nation’s goal of vaccinating 70% of all adults with at least one shot by July 4th.