Whenever python gets a "minor" update, rebuilds in the Arch Linux and Garuda Linux repositories are necessary to allow software depending on python to continue working.
For Arch Linux packages, this usually works flawlessly, but Garuda Linux packages have a slight delay before they can be rebuilt. These rebuilds have now finished (since yesterday) and can be taken advantage of by updating via the
pacman -Syu won't be sufficient in this case.
For your own local/AUR packages, you will have to use a tool like rebuild-detector to detect needed rebuilds. You can then do these rebuilds with
makepkg or your AUR helper of choice.
That should be it! Of course, let us know if you find any packages that have slipped through our rebuilds!