6 That A Study Showed Vaccines Offer Better Protection Than Natural Immunity Gained From Prior Infection, Which Wanes Over Time.

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( WIAT ) – Alabama hit a grim COVID-19 milestone with more deaths this year than in all of 2020. Before Bubba Wallace, there was Wendell Scott The Alabama Department of Public Health is reporting 7,283 COVID-related deaths as of Monday. That’s now 95 more than all of 2020. Health officials at UAB hospital are concerned about people’s physical and mental health as the pandemic continues. UAB Clinical Psychologist Dr. Megan Hays said a lot of us were hopeful this summer with easier access to vaccines and lower cases and deaths, but with the start of Delta came yet another layer of the pandemic. This impacts us physically and mentally from things like weight fluctuations and insomnia to more elevated emotions like anger and stress.

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extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico borders The U.S.-Canada border crossing is seen amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Lacolle, Quebec, Canada April 17, 2020. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi/File Photo WASHINGTON, Sept 20 (Reuters) - The United States on Monday extended restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico through Oct. 21 that bar nonessential travel such as tourism by foreigners despite Ottawa's decision to open its border to vaccinated Americans. Canada on Aug. 9 began allowing fully vaccinated U.S. visitors for nonessential travel. read more The United States has continued to extend the extraordinary restrictions on Canada and Mexico on a monthly basis since March 2020, when they were imposed to address the spread of COVID-19. The latest monthly extension goes through Oct. 21, White House COVID-19 coordinator Jeff Zients told reporters Monday.

https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/us-extends-travel-restrictions-canada-mexico-borders-2021-09-20/

Judge upholds COVID-19 vaccine requirement for those with 'natural immunity' Sept 30 (Reuters) - A U.S. judge upheld the University of California's COVID-19 vaccine requirement against a challenge by a professor who alleged he had immunity due to a prior coronavirus infection, in what appears to be the first ruling on the issue. U.S. District Court Judge James Selna in Santa Ana, California, said the university system acted rationally to protect public health by mandating the vaccine and not exempting individuals with some level of immunity from an infection. More than 43 million Americans have had confirmed cases of COVID-19 and some opponents of vaccinations have argued that immunity from an infection negates the need for an inoculation. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Aug. 6 that a study showed vaccines offer better protection than natural immunity gained from prior infection, which wanes over time. On Wednesday, a group of physicians who are Republican members of Congress wrote to the CDC to urge the agency to acknowledge natural immunity. The lawmakers said if the growing number of vaccine mandates ignore natural immunity it could lead to labor shortages as people are fired for failing to get a shot.

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-judge-upholds-covid-19-vaccine-requirement-those-with-natural-immunity-2021-09-30/