‘Very excited’: Sacramento teachers react to COVID-19 vaccines set aside for educators

Gov. Gavin Newsom said on Friday that 10% of all vaccines coming into the state would be reserved for teachers and childcare providers beginning March 1. "It's great that he's prioritizing the teachers for vaccinations. We're really happy about that. That will help teachers feel safer," said Brenda Borge, president of the Natomas Teacher’s Association. There's been a heated debate for months over re-opening schools in California. Borge says that while most agree it's in the best interest of the students to have the kids back in the classroom, teachers and staff want to make sure measures are in place to keep them safe — and that only starts with being vaccinated. See more in the video above.