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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: French ‘reconnection’ is the story as France gets into the ‘green list’ of being twice jabbed and NO quarantine with a surprise as The Times says the changes, which will also see vaccinated passengers from Dubai and India escape quarantine – as well as the addition of seven countries to the green list – provides a boost to summer holidays abroad but with tourist companies wanting the watchlist abandoned there is muting about government ignoring the #Beta Variant and tourists being given no warning as to changes ….Simply GOVUK is damned if they do or damned if the dont …Now thats a ‘Nanny State’ ……Next?

Aug.06, 2021: @acenewsservices

U.K. #COVID19 case numbers below with sadly deaths for today might focus tourists ….

Daily Mirror - 05/08/21
The changes to Covid travel rules in England are the main focus for many of Thursday’s papers. The Daily Mirror highlights the removal of France from the amber-plus list, meaning double-jabbed Britons will be able to return from holidays there after Sunday without having to quarantine. “French reconnection”, says the Mirror’s headline.

The Guardian says the announcement is likely to partially revive the tourism sector but will also raise questions about whether the government is being complacent about the spread of the Beta variant. It adds the decision to abandon a watchlist idea will also put UK tourists at risk of having their plans aborted without any notice……

BBC News: Staff

The Daily Express reports “summer is saved”. A late dash for summer sun is expected after the decision to ease the rules was finally made, it adds.

“Traffic light changes open up holidays”, says the headline in the i. The paper highlights the transport secretary’s comment that “a range of different holiday destinations” are now available to Britons.

The Daily Telegraph focuses on the removal of France from the amber-plus list, saying the easing of the rules is expected to spark a surge in bookings to the country for the rest of August. The Telegraph also joins several papers in carrying a front page photograph of the Duchess of Sussex, taken from a video she released to mark her 40th birthday.

Metro’s main picture features Sky Brown after the 13-year-old became the youngest Briton in history to secure an Olympic medal by taking bronze in the women’s park skateboarding at Tokyo 2020. Brown’s image is also plastered across most of the other front pages. Metro’s lead story reports the decision to offer the Covid vaccine to people aged 16 and 17.

The Daily Mail suggests that healthy children as young as 12 are also likely to be offered Covid jabs eventually. Its lead story is based around comments made by experts at the announcement that over-16s will be given vaccinations.

The Financial Times leads on the World Health Organization’s call for a global moratorium on Covid booster shots amid a severe shortage of vaccines in at-risk lower-income population nations.

And the Daily Star is predicting a skateboarding boom in the UK after Sky Brown’s Olympic success.

The decision to scrap quarantine for double-jabbed travellers returning from France is the main news for most of the papers. 

“French Reconnection”, says the Daily Mirror;“Holidays to France back on”, is the headline for the Daily Telegraph. 

Meanwhile, the Express welcomes Spain’s avoidance of the red list as part of the latest shake-up of the traffic light system. 

“We got there!”, it says. “At last, summer is saved”. 

But the Guardian isn’t so confident – noting the decision by ministers to ditch plans for a watchlist of amber nations puts tourists at risk of having trips aborted at no notice, in a repeat of what it calls the “chaotic travel corridors” of last summer. 

The Times points out that the changes include an increase of more than £500 in the cost of staying in a quarantine hotel after returning from a red list country, while the charge for an additional adult in the room will more than double, to almost £1,500.

Elsewhere, the Daily Mail thinks more children could soon be offered a Covid vaccine, following comments by England’s deputy chief medical officer, Professor Jonathan van Tam. 

It says he “strongly hinted” the rollout could be extended to those as young as 12, as 16 and 17 year olds begin to receive the jabs. 

According to the Telegraph, hundreds of staff are being recruited to help administer the vaccines in schools from next month. 

The Financial Times highlights calls by the World Health Organisation for a global moratorium on Covid booster shots, amid a severe shortage of jabs in lower-income countries. 

Writing in the paper, the former prime minister Tony Blair says the G20 should contribute $6bn (£4.3bn) towards vaccinating the world – warning no country is safe until every country is safe.

Guardian focuses on new research which has identified a series of genetic signals that influence the age of menopause. It says the study involving more than 200,000 women could explain why some are predisposed to early menopause, and how that affects their health. One of the lead scientists has told the Independent website the discovery shows they can start to predict who might struggle to become pregnant naturally and “provide new possibilities” in fertility treatments in the future.

Getty Images“Mr Punch cowers from sweary parents” is front page news for the Times,which reports that puppeteers who perform the traditional seaside show in Dorset are considering quitting because of increasing levels of abuse. Joe Burns and Mark Poulton tell the paper audiences have a misconception that local councils provide and fund the shows, making people resentful when they’re asked for money at the end. “There’s a lot of effing and blinding”, they say. “It definitely feels more pronounced this year”. They warn that only three full-time Punch and Judy beach shows remain in England – and there’s a “real danger” they could be lost.

Finally, many of the papers feature prominent photographs of Sky Brown – the 13-year-old skateboarder who became Britain’s youngest-ever Olympic medallist by winning bronze in Tokyo on Wednesday acording to Reuters ……..Several have fun with her name – the Sun hails her as a “Sky Flier”, while the Mirror thinks she was “Sky and mighty”. “Sky rockets into record books”, says the Express.The Sun’s editorial describes her as a “force of nature” and a British inspiration to children across the world. It praises her “truly exceptional” courage following what it calls her “near-death” accident last year – arguing it “boggles the mind” what she can now achieve.’

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