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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Boosters ‘for all adults’ amid ‘fight to save Xmas’ and mask wearing in shops and enclosed places ….excluding the ‘Hospitality’ but many (mention no names) but own or have shares will always vote against ALL measures saying it has NO affect and people vaccinated can be safe ….But Omicron may not do just that still waiting for the details in 3-weeks said Health Minister Sajid Javid today more soon folks ….
Nov.30, 2021: @acenewsservices
By BBC News: Staff:
The Daily Mail says every adult in Britain will be offered a third jab “within weeks”. The paper quotes a Whitehall source as saying: “We want to put the booster programme on steroids.” More than 17.5 million people so far have had booster jabs. Until now, the booster jabs have been restricted to those aged 40 and over, front-line health or social workers, and those with health issues.
The Times says Health Secretary Sajid Javid has insisted the UK will have a “great Christmas”, with the government “nowhere near” imposing further restrictions. Mr Javid has said he has told the NHS to be prepared to administer far more vaccines every day, as all adults will become eligible for third doses much sooner than planned, the paper says.
The Daily Express says that scientists are confident they will be able to tackle the Omicron variant, with AstraZeneca teams conducting tests in African hotspots so they can tweak their jab quickly if needs be. A third case of the variant – initially reported to the World Health Organization from South Africa on Wednesday – has been found in the UK.
The i focuses on educational settings, as pupils at secondary schools in England are “strongly advised” to wear face coverings in communal areas from Monday. One of the paper’s sub-headlines explains that the aim of such measures is to “buy time for scientists to establish scale of threat from new strain over coming weeks”.
MPs have warned that the variant will lead to “chaos” in schools, the Daily Telegraph says. Close contacts of those who test positive for Omicron – including children – will be required to self-isolate for 10 days. Conservative MP Steve Baker, the deputy chairman of the Covid Recovery Group, is quoted as saying the measures “will cause chaos including collateral harms like damage to children’s education”, adding: “The government needs to explain when all of this will be brought to an end.”
Doctors want policies surrounding face masks to be expanded to other settings, such as pubs and restaurants, according to the Daily Mirror, which has the headline: “The fight to save Xmas.”
“It’s not too much to mask” is the headline wordplay that sub-editors at the Metro have come up with to make the point that the “simple step” will help fight the new variant. They accompany it with the message “Cover up, protect others” in red capitals.
Restrictions on travel is the focus of the Financial Times as countries respond to the variant. The US, EU, UK, Australia, Saudi Arabia and South Korea have limited travel or ordered quarantines on those travelling to and from southern Africa, the paper points out. Switzerland has restricted travel to non-African nations where cases have been detected, and India and Singapore have indicated that they will review restrictions. Israel closed its borders to foreigners after one case was confirmed, the paper adds.
Moving away from Omicron, the Daily Star leads with the impact the heavy snowfall has had in the Yorkshire Dales, where drinkers at the Tan Hill Inn remain trapped for a third night. “As lock-ins go this one has to be the best. In. The. World. Ever,” the paper says.
An “Omnishambles” is how the Sun describes the latest twist in the pandemic, following the emergence of the new Omicron variant.
There are three known infections in the UK, but government sources have told the paper there are likely to be more than 200 other cases already in the country.
The Daily Mirror says the UK now faces a “fight to save Christmas”.
It leads on a call from the British Medical Association to extend England’s mask wearing mandate to cover hospitality venues.
The Daily Telegraph focuses on concern from MPs and parents about how the new self-isolation rules will affect the final weeks of school before the Christmas holidays.
The government has confirmed that children will not be exempt from 10 days isolation if they are identified as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for the Omicron variant.
Conservative MP Steve Baker says the rules will cause “chaos” and “damage to children’s education”.
The parents’ group, UsForThem, calls it “shameful” that ministers have not introduced an exemption for those in school.
The Sun reports that Prince Charles has called in lawyers over claims that he was the member of the royal family who questioned the future skin tone of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s children.
A new book alleges that the Prince of Wales brought up the subject during a conversation with his wife, Camilla, over breakfast.
A spokesperson for the prince has called the claim “fiction” and “not worth further comment”.
The Daily Telegraph features a joint editorial by the foreign secretary, Liz Truss and her Israeli counterpart, Yair Lapid, ahead of the signing of a new agreement between the two countries.
The 10-year deal will cover issues including cyber security, trade and defence.
The paper says “one of the most eye catching” elements of the agreement is a commitment to stop Iran ever getting nuclear weapons.
Talks on the 2015 deal resume in Vienna later today.
But Ms Truss and Mr Lapid have pledged to work “night and day” to prevent Tehran from becoming a nuclear power.
The Guardian has an interview with France’s interior minister, Gerald Darmanin, in which he accuses the UK of “double talk” over the migrant crisis.
He says that relations are good when he speaks in private with Priti Patel.
But in public, Mr Darmanin, accuses the government of treating France as a “punchbag”, describing some of the UK’s comments as “unfriendly, insulting and totally unrealistic”.
Separately, the Times suggests that the prime minister’s attempts to reach a quick agreement to reduce the number of crossings appear to be over after Mr Darmanin said any deal on migration would have to be concluded with the whole of the European Union.
Finally they are a nightmare to get in the dishwasher and take up an inordinate amount of cupboard space, but according to the Daily Mail, Britons are “losing their thirst” for big wine glasses.
Research from John Lewis has found that sales of small glasses – which it defines as 250ml or less – have risen 13% in the past year.
Pubs are also offering 125ml servings as standard, rather than 175ml.
The Mail suggests the switch may be a conscious decision by Britons to prioritise their health and well being.
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