By Robert Preidt and Robin Foster
TUESDAY, July 20, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Fully vaccinated U.S. travelers will be allowed into Canada as of Aug. 9, Canadian officials announced Monday.
Canada’s 14-day quarantine requirement will be waived for people who are residing in the United States and are fully… Continue reading Canada to Welcome Fully Vaccinated Americans in August
A planned relaxation of England’s rules from Monday will not apply due to cases of the Beta variant. Source link
Health leaders urge the government to change quarantine rules to avoid severe staff shortages. Source link
July 9, 2021 — More and more experts are urging the FDA to grant full approval to the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines because it might jump-start the stalled national vaccination program and slow down the surge of the Delta variant infection.
The FDA granted emergency use authorization in December to those two… Continue reading As Delta Surges, FDA Pressured to Fully Approve COVID Vaccines
The exemption will apply to vaccinated UK residents and under-18s arriving in England from 19 July. Source link
How, when and who will benefit from changes to quarantine rules will be detailed in the Commons later. Source link
The health secretary is to announce changes to self-isolation for those who have had two jabs. Source link
“This milestone shows how far we’ve come in our fight against this virus,” the health secretary says. Source link
Congrats on getting your COVID-19 vaccine! You qualify as fully vaccinated two weeks after your second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, or two weeks after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Maybe you’re wondering what you can safely do… Continue reading Fully vaccinated against COVID-19? So, what can you safely do?
The CDC said there was still a risk vaccinated people could spread the disease to the unvaccinated, as data on this remains sparse. The new guidelines in particular call for mask wearing and distancing from those who are unvaccinated and may be at an elevated risk of serious Covid-related complications. Source link