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Coast Guard Senior Leadership Gets Vaccinated

By MyCG Staff

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Admiral Karl Schultz and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard (MCPOCG) Jason Vanderhaden have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Commandant shared the following on social media: "Myself and MCPOCG Vanderhaden both received the COVID-19 vaccine recently (12/28-CCG; 1/5-MCPOCG). This vaccine is safe, effective, and a vital step to protecting our force, thus enabling the United States Coast Guard to stand the watch and protect our fellow citizens and our National interests. MCPOCG and I strongly urge our fellow service members to get vaccinated as soon as you're offered the opportunity. Vaccination moves us forward in our fight against COVID-19 and is essential to protecting you, your shipmates, your families, and the Nation we're honored to serve. Stronger Together!"

Are you ready to roll up your sleeves for the vaccine? Your command will inform you when and where the vaccine is available for you to receive. 

Admiral Karl Schultz gets the COVID-19 vaccine Dec. 28, 2020.


 

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard (MCPOCG) Jason Vanderhaden receives the first of two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Rolling up their sleeves for the first of two doses, the Commandant and MCPOCG acknowledged that some members might be feeling hesitant. They shared the experience on social media to send a message: the vaccine is as safe as possible. Rolling up their sleeves for the first of two doses, the Commandant and MCPOCG acknowledged that some members might be feeling hesitant. They shared the experience on social media to send a message: the vaccine is as safe as possible.

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