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Rogge Dunn Interviewed on Fox 4: Employers Require Vaccination

Rogge Dunn was interviewed recently during a Fox 4 news segment concerning a failed lawsuit against Houston Methodist Hospital. The lawsuit was brought against the hospital due to them requiring their employees be vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Judge stated that the hospital has a right to require that their employees be vaccinated. This decision now has bigger implications for public and private employers requiring health and safety regulations of their employees.

“This is a major legal decision and it gives employers the green light to require vaccination, require masks, and implement other health and safety measures,” said Dunn.

Watch the news segment on Fox 4 below:

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