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One shot the US military doesn’t want to take

The U.S. military is used to taking shots, but when it comes to the coronavirus vaccine, many are hesitating.

Courtney Waltbillig lives at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas with her husband who is an Army Captain in the 1-1 Cavalry. A dental hygienist, this mother of two is young, healthy and like many military families was hesitant at first to get the COVID vaccine.

“I know a lot of my friends and coworkers were like, I’m not gonna put that into my body, I don’t know what’s in it,” Waltbillig said in an interview with Fox News.

Democratic lawmakers led by Rep. Jimmy Panetta of California, the son of former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, have written a letter demanding President Biden order the military vaccinated before 600,000 troops and their families begin to move this summer to new bases in the US and abroad, potentially becoming a vector to spread the virus.