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Jan.10, 2022: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Scottish Headlines: The Scottish Daily Express reports bookings are up “an incredible 150%”. The paper says cut-price deals, new locations and huge demand after almost two years of “being stuck at home” have given the travel industry a massive boost. It adds: “From the Canaries to Dubai and the United States, Scots are determined to make the most of their new-found freedom”

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Travel firms are reporting a “summer holidays stampede” following the easing of Covid travel restrictions. Vaccinated individuals no longer need pre-travel tests or have to isolate on return until they have a negative test. Jet2 boss Steve Heapy said: “We’ve seen an immediate spike in bookings”.

The Scotsman also leads with the “getaway rush” reported by travel agents and airlines. Barrhead Travel said inquiries have nearly doubled with Tenerife, Orlando and Barbados among the most sought after destinations.

SNP ministers are hoping more Covid patients can be treated at home with anti-viral medication to stem soaring hospital admissions despite evidence suggesting 40% of those on wards with the disease are actually being treated for other ailments, according to The Herald. Like many front pages the paper also covers the death of legendary actor Sidney Poitier.

The i reports the health service and Police Scotland are feeling the strain of staff absences due to Covid. The paper carries a warning from NHS Grampian that the “exponential” growth in infections is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. It also says the UK’s second largest police force is sending 258 probationary officers to support local policing divisions across the country.

Meanwhile, the Scottish Daily Mail says it has interviewed an alleged “sex slave” of Jeffrey Epstein who says Virginia Giuffre told her that she had slept with the Duke of York in London. Ms Giuffre is suing the prince, claiming that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17. Prince Andrew has consistently denied the allegations.

The Daily Telegraph leads with recommendations from government scientific advisers that fourth jabs are not currently needed. Analysis from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation found three months after receiving a third jab, protection against hospitalisations among the over-65s remained at about 90%. It comes after some countries, such as Israel, have begun to give fourth Covid shots.

Elsewhere, The Times carries an interview with Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, head of the armed forces, who has told Russia that any attempt by Moscow to sever key underwater communication cables would be seen as an act of war. Sir Tony said there had been a “phenomenal increase” in Russian submarine and underwater activity in the last 20 years.

The National leads with an interview with SNP MP Dr Philippa Whitford. She says she and her colleagues “can’t just walk out of Westminster” as they would be seen as “abstentionists”.

The Scottish Sun reports TV star Denise Van Outen split up with her fiancé amid claims he has been “betraying her trust”.

The Daily Star reports that TV presenter Eamonn Holmes is hoping to cure his back pain with the help of a “magical” stick.

The Edinburgh Evening News reports that a sacked headteacher has told an inquiry that papers showing he fathered a child with a former pupil were forged.

Councillors do not have the power to refuse planning permission for drive-thru outlets on climate change grounds, a senior councillor has told the Glasgow Times. The paper reports a controversial drive-thru for Burger King and Starbucks in the west of the city is under construction, despite a strong community campaign to halt it.

The Press and Journal reports jobs have been saved at several airports after a decision to cancel a controversial plan to centralise air traffic control.

Current and former employees of a Dundee bar and restaurant chain have accused bosses of “covering up a Christmas Covid outbreak” and failing to handle sexual harassment complaints, according to The Courier.

The Evening Telegraph leads with the story of a “rampaging pub thug” who bit off part of another man’s ear.

And the Evening Express covers the chaotic aftermath of the Stonehaven rail crash.

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