DAF Covid Statistics 19 January

Below are current coronavirus disease 2019 statistics for Department of Air Force personnel:

Jan. 18, 2022

Current as of 2p.m., Jan. 17, 2022

DAF TOTAL STATS*
CASESHOSPITALIZEDRECOVEREDDEATHS
Military57,0952748,6676
Civilian16,7632514,689105
Dependents14,247513,1798
Contractors4,67194,30129
Total92,7766680,836148

*These numbers include all of the cases that were reported since our last update on Jan. 11.

DAF TOTAL VACCINATED
ACTIVE DUTYGUARDRESERVETOTAL FORCE
% Partially Vaccinated0.2%0.5%0.5%0.3%
% Fully Vaccinated97.5%92.3%92.2%95.7%
DAF APPROVED EXEMPTIONS
ACTIVE DUTYGUARDRESERVETOTAL FORCE
Medical7794973361,612
Administrative811,7143322,127
RELIGIOUS ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS
MAJCOM/FLDCOMDAF/APPEALS
Pending2,119222
Approved00
Disapproved2,623282

As of Jan. 18, the Air Force has administratively separated 100 active duty Airmen.

*Civilian statistics are unaccounted for.

**These numbers are subject to change.

Unvaccinated: All those who have verbally refused, have not started the vaccination process or are erroneously coded. Does not include those who have approved exemptions.

Medical: Medical exemptions are determined individually by the member’s medical provider.

Administrative: Administrative exemptions are determined individually. For example, if a member obtained a commander-approved submission for separation or retirement by Nov. 1, they are administratively exempt.

Religious Accommodation: Religious accommodations are a subset of administrative exemptions and are determined by the MAJCOM/FLDCOM commanders. The DAF has 30 business days (active component in CONUS) to process requests. Appeals are determined by the DAF’s Surgeon General with inputs from the chaplain and staff judge advocate. Individuals do not have to get immunized as long as their request is in the process of being decided.

Personnel Numbers (approximates):

  • 326,000 Active Component (U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force)
  • 107,000 Air National Guard
  • 68,000 Air Force Reserve
  • 501,000 Total Force (Active Duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve)

Jan. 11, 2022

Current as of 2p.m., Jan. 10, 2022

DAF TOTAL STATS*
CASESHOSPITALIZEDRECOVEREDDEATHS
Military53,4262647,2996
Civilian16,0202414,457105
Dependents13,814513,0658
Contractors4,55484,24829
Total87,8146379,069148

*These numbers include all of the cases that were reported since our last update on Jan. 4.

DAF TOTAL VACCINATED
ACTIVE DUTYGUARDRESERVETOTAL FORCE
% Partially Vaccinated0.2%0.5%0.6%0.3%
% Fully Vaccinated97.5%92.2%92%95.6%
DAF APPROVED EXEMPTIONS
ACTIVE DUTYGUARDRESERVETOTAL FORCE
Medical8085223421,672
Administrative841,6663442,094
RELIGIOUS ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS
MAJCOM/FLDCOMDAF/APPEALS
Pending2,158148
Approved00
Disapproved2,387248

As of Jan. 11, the Air Force has administratively separated 87 active duty Airmen.

*Civilian statistics are unaccounted for.

**These numbers are subject to change.

Unvaccinated: All those who have verbally refused, have not started the vaccination process or are erroneously coded. Does not include those who have approved exemptions.

Medical: Medical exemptions are determined individually by the member’s medical provider.

Administrative: Administrative exemptions are determined individually. For example, if a member obtained a commander-approved submission for separation or retirement by Nov. 1, they are administratively exempt.

Religious Accommodation: Religious accommodations are a subset of administrative exemptions and are determined by the MAJCOM/FLDCOM commanders. The DAF has 30 business days (active component in CONUS) to process requests. Appeals are determined by the DAF’s Surgeon General with inputs from the chaplain and staff judge advocate. Individuals do not have to get immunized as long as their request is in the process of being decided.

Personnel Numbers (approximates):

  • 326,000 Active Component (U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force)
  • 107,000 Air National Guard
  • 68,000 Air Force Reserve
  • 501,000 Total Force (Active Duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve)

Jan. 4, 2022

Current as of 2p.m., Jan. 3, 2022

DAF TOTAL STATS*
CASESHOSPITALIZEDRECOVEREDDEATHS
Military49,3022446,5686
Civilian15,0502314,307105
Dependents13,371412,9218
Contractors4,35984,20029
Total82,0825977,996148

*These numbers include all of the cases that were reported since our last update on Dec. 21.

DAF TOTAL VACCINATED
ACTIVE DUTYGUARDRESERVETOTAL FORCE
% Partially Vaccinated0.2%0.7%0.7%0.4%
% Fully Vaccinated97.4%91.7%91.6%95.4%
DAF APPROVED EXEMPTIONS
ACTIVE DUTYGUARDRESERVETOTAL FORCE
Medical8425743761,792
Administrative1031,5934812,177
RELIGIOUS ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS
MAJCOM/FLDCOMDAF/APPEALS
Pending1,824129
Approved00
Disapproved2,213195

*Civilian statistics are unaccounted for.

**These numbers are subject to change.

Unvaccinated: All those who have verbally refused, have not started the vaccination process or are erroneously coded. Does not include those who have approved exemptions.

Medical: Medical exemptions are determined individually by the member’s medical provider.

Administrative: Administrative exemptions are determined individually. For example, if a member obtained a commander-approved submission for separation or retirement by Nov. 1, they are administratively exempt.

Religious Accommodation: Religious accommodations are a subset of administrative exemptions and are determined by the MAJCOM/FLDCOM commanders. The DAF has 30 business days (active component in CONUS) to process requests. Appeals are determined by the DAF’s Surgeon General with inputs from the chaplain and staff judge advocate. Individuals do not have to get immunized as long as their request is in the process of being decided.

Personnel Numbers (approximates):

  • 326,000 Active Component (U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force)
  • 107,000 Air National Guard
  • 68,000 Air Force Reserve
  • 501,000 Total Force (Active Duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve)

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