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May.04, 2021: @acenewsservices

Newspaper headlines: ‘Wish EU were here’ and holiday spots ‘to reopen’

Metro front page
Many of Tuesday’s front pages lead on the prospect of international travel returning this summer. The Metro says the European Union is planning to welcome back British holidaymakers this month if the UK opens up in return. However, the paper adds that the prime minister has reacted cautiously and warned of an “influx of the disease”.

BBC News: Staff:

“Wish EU were here” is the headline in the Daily Mirror, which quotes European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen as saying: “Time to revive EU tourism industry”.

The Guardian says summer holiday plans were given a big boost on Monday after the EU confirmed vaccinated travellers would be able to visit from June: It suggests the changes in quarantine requirements for popular holiday destinations could make 2021 “the year of the last-minute booking”.Spain, Greece and France are among the countries which British holidaymakers could be able to travel to next month, according to the Daily Telegraph. The paper says they could be on the “safe green list” being drawn up by Downing Street for international travel by the end of June – however it says only a “tiny handful” of highly vaccinated countries, such as Gibraltar, Malta, Israel and Iceland, will go on the list from 17 May:

The Times claims ministers will meet this week to agree a limited green list of “about a dozen countries” that people can travel to from 17 May without having to isolate on their return: It says the list will be reviewed after three weeks, with ministers confident that by then people will be able to travel to most of Europe, the Caribbean and the US.Germany will lift restrictions on people who have been vaccinated as early as this week, claims the Financial Times, which says the move has been criticised for discriminating against younger people who are months away from getting the jab. It says people who have been inoculated or who have recovered from Covid will probably have to show a certificate to enable them to no longer have to face curbs on social gatherings.England has been given the green light to unlock further on 17 May, reports the i newspaper, which quotes a No 10 official as saying that the government is expecting to go ahead with the next stages of its roadmap out of lockdown. Restaurants, pubs, cinemas and museums are among the businesses which will be allowed to fully reopen.”Why wait seven more weeks?” asks the Daily Mail in its headline, claiming that calls are growing for a quicker end to lockdown after the number of daily Covid deaths reported in the UK fell to one on Monday. The paper says that despite the falling numbers, Britain is still not scheduled to fully open up until 21 June.

The Daily Express focuses on the UK’s “spectacular” vaccine rollout which has surpassed a total of 50 million doses being administered. It also says the UK’s latest daily Covid figures – which reported one more death and 1,649 new cases on Monday – “fuels hope that the UK is well on course to winning the Covid war”.And the Daily Star leads on what it calls shock new claims about the Jeremy Kyle Show, which was axed in 2019 following the death of a guest. The paper says makers of the show would grade programmes depending on how shocking they were:

The Daily Mirror says the EU’s bid to open up to tourists this summer is welcome news for Brits who are “starved of sunshine, and worn out by lockdown” – but it’s one of many to note the contrast between the tone from Brussels, and the tone from Westminster. 

HuffPost UK says the EU is opening up for summer holidays – but Boris Johnson is cautious on travel abroad. There’s the same message in the Guardian – “EU to open up, as the UK urges caution”.

A government source tells the Times that travellers should be patient for just a few more weeks. The paper says that while Gibraltar and Israel are set to be included on the short “green list” of countries due to be announced this week, the most popular destinations will follow soon. 

The source says most of Europe, the Caribbean, and the US are expected to feature on the list when it is updated in June. 

In Spain, El Pais reports that deaths have fallen to their lowest level since last summer, making health experts “cautiously optimistic” about the impact of the vaccination drive. 

The Financial Times focuses on Germany, where restrictions are to be lifted as early as this week for people who have been vaccinated.

The Daily Express hails what it calls “another landmark” for the UK’s “spectacular vaccine rollout” – the news that 50 million doses have now been given. 

It says that one death was registered in the latest figures, the first time that has happened since August, and suggests Britain is well on course to winning the war. 

The i newspaper reports that the next stage of easing lockdown in England is set to go ahead because of the positive data. But the Daily Mail says the figures have fuelled calls for a quicker end to restrictions. Its headline asks: “Why wait seven more weeks?”

The Times says a revolutionary 3D heart scan is being introduced on the NHS – and that it could help clear the backlog of people waiting for tests which has built up during the pandemic. 

It says the HeartFlow technology can diagnose coronary heart disease in 20 minutes, by converting a CT scan into a three-dimensional image and avoiding the need for invasive procedures. 

About 35,000 patients a year will benefit, and the NHS medical director for England Stephen Powis says it will save thousands of lives.

The back pages focus on the continuing protests against Manchester United’s American owners, the Glazers. 

The Daily Telegraph says they have been given an ultimatum by fans – make changes, or face further demonstrations. The paper says security at Premier League grounds is being strengthened, after the pitch invasion on Sunday caused the match against Liverpool to be postponed. 

The Times says fans angry about the Glazer ownership are planning further attacks this month. But the Express says United have “ramped up” tensions by threatening to ban the supporters who were involved. 

And the Guardian says the Glazers are standing firm, and have no plans to sell.

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