Alabama Army Base is First to Make Troops Show COVID Vaccine Proof

Maj. Gen. David J. Francis, the commanding general of the Fort Rucker U.S. Army Garrison in Alabama, announced on Monday that the base will now require unmasked service members “to show proof of vaccination” against COVID-19 while on duty, making it the first U.S. military base to actively check unmasked troops’ vaccine statuses.

In a Facebook video, Francis said, “If you are not wearing a mask, the leadership will be able to ask you, to ask soldiers to prove that they have been vaccinated by showing their vaccination card.”

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