ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — The U.S. Naval Academy is rolling out COVID-19 vaccines for defense department servicemembers and others, the academy said.

On Thursday, the academy and the Naval Health Clinic Annapolis began administering the vaccines to servicemembers, volunteers and civilians.

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The vaccines are being administered in phases, and those who fall under the Phase 1A designation have already gotten them. Midshipmen are under Phase 2 and will get vaccinated after those in Phases 1B and 1C, the academy said.

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