CCDA DATA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS:
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NARR/REF A IS ALNAV 062/21, 2021-2022 DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY MANDATORY COVID-
19 VACCINATION POLICY.
REF B IS NAVADMIN 190/21, 2021-2022 NAVY MANDATORY COVID-19 VACCINATION AND
REF C IS NAVADMIN 225/21, COVID-19 CONSOLIDATED DISPOSITION AUTHORITY
RMKS/1. Background. As the maritime protectors of our country in peacetime
and war, we require a healthy and mission ready force.
Vaccination is the most effective tool we have to prevent widespread
manifestation of COVID-19 in our force today. Considering this threat to the
health and readiness of service members, references
(a) and (b) directed mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for all Active
Duty and Reserve Navy service members. Reference (c) announced the Chief of
Naval Personnel (CNP) as the COVID Consolidated Disposition Authority (CCDA)
and provided additional guidance.
2. Policy. In order to maximize readiness, it is the policy goal of the
Navy to achieve a fully vaccinated force against the persistent and lethal
threat of COVID-19. To date over 99 percent of Active Duty Navy service
members have met their readiness responsibility by completing or initiating a
COVID-19 vaccination series.
3. COVID-19 Vaccine Reporting. This message directs data reporting
requirements for all unvaccinated Navy service members in all Navy commands.
Echelon one and two commanders shall compile and provide the following
information on all Navy service members who are not fully vaccinated as
defined by reference (c) in line with the timeline specified in paragraph 4
below. Submit data via the Department of Navy (DON) COVID Tracking Site
(https://portal.secnav.navy.mil/cop/crc/covid/). Submission of data may be
delegated to subordinate echelon three commands. A template excel file is
available at the MyNavy Portal site
(https://www.mnp.navy.mil/group/navy-covid-19-reporting) and shall be used
for reporting. The following data is required:
DOD ID Number
Duty Status (Active Component, Full Time Support, or Selected
Fleet Concentration Area
Reporting Command (Commands are binned by Fleet, CNIC, OPNAV,
(1) unvaccinated, refuser
(2) unvaccinated, vaccination series started but not complete
(3) unvaccinated, pending medical exemption
(4) unvaccinated, approved medical exemption
(5) unvaccinated, pending religious accommodation exemption
(6) unvaccinated, approved religious exemption
(7) unvaccinated, has not had access to vaccination due to operational
schedule and/or remote location
4. Reporting Timeline
a. All Active Duty Navy service member data shall be reported no earlier
than 15 November 2021 and no later than 19 November 2021.
Information should reflect the service member status as of 15 November 2021.
b. All Selected Reserve (SELRES) Navy service member data shall be
reported no earlier than 15 December 2021 and no later than 19 December 2021.
Information should reflect the service member status as of 15 December 2021.
c. Commands are required to update reporting if there is a change in
vaccination status of a service member after the initial report.
5. Additional guidance to commanders regarding separation processes for
vaccine refusers will be provided on or about 15 November 2021.
6. Commands shall withhold submitting administrative separation requests
until directed by the CCDA.
7. Points of contact (POC). OPNAV POC: CAPT Jason Grizzle, e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org. BUMED POC: BUMED COVID-19 CRISIS ACTION
TEAM, (703) 681-1125, e-mail: USN.NCR.BUMEDFCHVA.MBX.BUMED-- -2019-NCOV-
8. Released by VADM John B. Nowell, Jr, Chief of Naval Personnel.//