Gov. Newsom Pledges to Reserve Vaccines for Teachers

California Governor Gavin Newsom pledged 10% of COVID-19 vaccines will be reserved for teachers starting Monday.

The vaccine line was wrapped around the parking lot Friday with Solano County teachers who are already back in the classroom or will be back soon. They said they’re finally getting the protection they’ve been asking for.

“One of the things I’ve said if I’m going back in I want to make sure I’m vaccinated so I’m not a potential vector for this thing,” said 6th grade teacher Jacob Anderson.

He says he’s thrilled he’s among the first group of educators in Solano County to get a COVID-19 vaccine. With his school district

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