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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: #COVID19 fight ‘not over’ as ‘miracle pill’ ordered and now awaiting approval as the call to ‘Get Booster Jab & Wear Mask’ to save Christmas” is how the i sums up Health Secretary Sajid Javid’s message on #Coronavirus and the rising number of cases as winter approaches as you can see below are rising at a faster rate

Oct.22, 2021: @acenewsservices



Daily Mirror - 21/10/21
Many of Thursday’s papers lead on the health secretary’s warning that if not enough people get vaccinated, it is more likely that Covid restrictions will be reintroduced in England. The Daily Mirror says the “fight” is “not over” and reports that cases could reach 100,000 a day. But the government is “accused of dragging its feet” over introducing its winter Plan B, the paper adds.

The same picture of Mr Javid greets readers of the Daily Telegraph. He said the government would not “at this point” implement Plan B, which the paper says includes mandatory face coverings, advice to work from home and “vaccine passports”. But the paper reports that Cabinet Office officials are “already discussing proposals for mixing between households to be banned, which could form part of a ‘Plan C'”.

BBC News: Staff

The Times says Sajid Javid implied people need to “get serious about face masks” in what it described as “a downbeat Downing Street briefing warning of darker months and new variants ahead”. It says the health secretary “sought to shock people into more cautious behaviour”…………The public is being told Christmas is at stake, according to the i. …………It features of a picture of Mr Javid mid-explanation and quotes him as saying: “If we all play our part, we can give ourselves the best possible chance, get through winter, enjoy Christmas with our loved ones”.

The Guardian says Mr Javid suggested that “politicians have a responsibility to set an example” by wearing face coverings in public spaces. “He was pressed on the risks of mixed messages,” the paper reports, “with most Conservative MPs declining to wear masks in the House of Commons or in packed cabinet meetings, and the business secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, encouraging the public to book Christmas parties”.The Financial Times focuses on a chart used in the Downing Street briefing, which showed that the most recent seven-day average is 45,799 cases.

The paper says there was a “sharp change of government tone at the first Downing Street pandemic press conference in five weeks”. Whitehall insiders say the government is “unlikely to consider” rolling out its plan B before mid-November, it adds – after the COP26 conference in Glasgow………..The editors at the Metro have had some fun with the news that people are being urged to get a Covid booster in one arm and a flu jab in the other. The paper dubs it a “call two arms”.

That’s below a picture of the Queen, who has cancelled a trip to Northern Ireland after being given medical advice to rest. That, the paper says, is “E II R’n’R”.

Daily Express readers are told: “We can’t blow it now… get your jab!” The paper reports that Mr Javid “unveiled two game-changing antiviral drugs to bolster the winter Covid battle” – and said “hundreds of thousands of doses have been ordered”.

The Daily Mail calls it a “miracle pill”. It says the drugs “may halve the risk of hospitalisation and death” and “will help prevent the NHS being overwhelmed”. They “are likely to be saved for the elderly of immunocompromised who test positive of have had a close contact with a case”, it adds. It also features a picture of the Queen, and questions whether we are “asking too much” of her.The Sun is the only paper to lead with the Queen’s health, noting this was the first time she had cancelled royal duties in 15 years. “Keep calm Ma’am and don’t carry on until you feel better”, the paper says. Two more royals feature on the front page, too – the main photograph is an image released by Duke and Duchess of a Cambridge after their Earthshot Prize environment award ceremony appearance .

And the Daily Star says 19-year-old Strictly Come Dancing star Tilly Ramsay, the daughter of chef Gordon Ramsay, “proved she’s a chip off the old block” with her “classy putdown” response to a radio presenter who commented on her appearance.

The health secretary led a Downing Street briefing on Wednesday

The Guardian says he is urging MPs to “lead by example” and wear masks in crowded spaces. But the Daily Mirror accuses the government of “dragging its feet” on implementing its so-called Plan B. 

The Daily Mail focuses on the announcement that anti-viral medication will be made available to reduce the risk of Covid hospital admissions. “Miracle pill will halve Covid death risk” is its headline.

The UK is in talks to sell missiles to Ukraine, according to a report in the Times. It says the plans would see the UK provide surface-to-surface missiles for Ukrainian patrol boats, as well as missiles for aircraft. 

Although the UK has previously sent soldiers to Ukraine for training missions, a Ukrainian source tells the paper such a deal would be the first time the UK had sold the country arms. The Times says Ukraine is worried Russia could try to exploit the current gas crisis to seize more of its territory.

“Two MPs targeted by Amess suspect” is the claim of a headline in the Daily Telegraph. The paper says sources familiar with the police investigation into the killing of Sir David Amess have indicated that the main suspect had looked into at least two MPs before Sir David was fatally stabbed last week. 

The Daily Mail says detectives are examining CCTV footage to try to pinpoint the suspect’s movements in the days before the attack. 

Many papers reflect on the Queen having to cancel her engagements on doctors’ orders. 

The Sun’s headline is “keep calm Ma’am… and don’t carry on until you feel better”. The Daily Mail wonders: “are we asking too much of our Queen?” The Daily Mirror points out the Queen has enjoyed remarkable health – providing a guide to what it describes as the “minor ailments” that have occasionally interrupted her schedule.

Several papers feature the plight of “Ai-Da”, a glamorous humanoid artificial intelligence robot known for her drawings, painting, and sculptures. The robot was seized by Egyptian security forces as she and her owner travelled through Cairo to an art exhibition. 

“Held on Spying plot suspicions” is the Daily Mail’s headline. It says officials had demanded that her eyes, which contain cameras, be removed. 

Under the headline “crossed wires”, the Guardian reports that Ai-Da has now been released, with her owner insisting she’s not a spy.

And the Sun and many other papers praise Tilly Ramsay, the daughter of the celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, for her no-nonsense response to a radio presenter who commented about her appearance following her latest performance on Strictly Come Dancing. 

The Times and the Daily Mirror report that LBC’s Steve Allen described her as a “chubby little thing” on his early morning show – something he put down to “her dad’s cooking”. The teenager has retorted on Instagram that she “won’t tolerate people that thinks it’s okay to publicly comment and scrutinise anyone’s weight and appearance”.

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