If you refuse a COVID-19 vaccination, your employer could fire you, according to Rogge Dunn, a Dallas labor and employment attorney.

In a recent interview with CNBC, Dunn said that not only were many corporate clients leaning toward making vaccines mandatory, but that it's actually legal to force an employee to be vaccinated in order to keep their job.

Some employers are looking at the benefits of being able to say that their entire staff has been vaccinated, especially those in the service industry. Customers are far more likely to feel safe inside a business that has taken the necessary actions to combat the coronavirus.

Aside from the "competitive advantage," Dunn says many places will lay claim to any business that looks to science for answers to big questions is a place that gets my money.

I'm so very ready for us to get on with our lives. I want to hug my friends at the bar, sing karaoke into the same dirty microphone as everyone else, and not worry about the person standing too close to me in line. I want to go back to the way things were before all of this. This pandemic has killed far over one million people worldwide, but we have a chance to stop it soon.

I don't know about you guys, but I'm sick of being stuck at home with my cat every weekend, and I'd like to see some kind of concert soon. I can't spend my first full year at 94.5 FMX without a single live show. That would suck. Help me out and get your vaccine as soon as they are available so we can all rock on together.

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