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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Today its get a booster NOW to ward off #Omicron as mask wearing becomes mandatory in shops and on public transport with vote of over 400 to 23 today Tuesday in the House of Commons so here we go again more on this soon folks ….

Metro front page 30/11/21
Many of the front pages focus on the expansion of the Covid booster programme in response to the Omicron variant, with all over-18s now eligible for a third dose three months after their second. The Metro says hits on the NHS vaccine website surged on Monday night as thousands joined a virtual queue to book their booster.

Dec.01: 2021: @acenewsservices

Meanwhile The Daily Mail focuses on the US trial of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell. It reports how a packed courtroom was told by prosecutors that Ms Maxwell was a “dangerous predator”, who “served up” girls to be sexually abused by paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

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The i describes the NHS as “scrambling” to offer booster jabs to an extra 25 million people to slow the spread of the Omicron variant. The health service is pleading for a “volunteer vaccine army” to help deliver vaccines, the paper reports.

Ministers are aiming to deliver half-a-million Covid jabs a day to outpace Omicron, according to the Guardian. A senior government source tells the paper the “significant acceleration” would see a return to the early days of the vaccination campaign – but that this “won’t happen overnight”.

The Times quotes Health Secretary Sajid Javid as saying the best defence against the variant is to “put the booster programme on steroids”. However, the paper suggests reaching the aim of delivering 3.5 million jabs a week is likely to take until the end of the year to achieve.

“Let’s go for it!” declares the Daily Express, which says the booster rollout is aiming to “save Christmas”. The prime minister also said steps such as mandatory masks in shops and on public transport would “buy time” to work out Omicron’s threat, it said.

“Rush jab” is the headline for the Daily Mirror, which describes the booster expansion as “a desperate bid to battle the Omicron variant”. The measures were approved as the number of cases of the new variant identified in the UK rose by eight to reach a total of 11, the paper reports.

The Financial Times warns further measures could be introduced “within days” if the data pointed to the need for a tougher response. More stringent regulations on masks indoors and a potential work-from-home order over Christmas are among the next steps which could be considered, a senior civil servant tells the paper.

The Daily Telegraph focuses on the US reaction to Omicron, with President Biden saying the variant is “not a cause for panic” and there is no need for further lockdowns if people are vaccinated and wear a mask. The paper says his comments mark a contrast to the approach taken by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who it says has been accused of rushing into tightening restrictions over the weekend despite the lack of clarity on the potency of the new variant.

Despite what the Daily Star describes as global “panic” over Omicron, the paper says school nativities are “safe”, after ministers said they could still go ahead. The paper’s front page features a picture of the prime minister in a manger, alongside the headline: “Jesus, Mary and Joseph and the wee donkey!”

The Sun leads with a story about actress Sheridan Smith, who the paper says swerved off a narrow country road in her Range Rover and hit a tree during Storm Arwen. A neighbour tells the paper Smith is lucky to be alive and the crash “could have been fatal”.

Many of Tuesday’s front pages lead with the expansion of the booster vaccine campaign to combat the Omicron variant. 

“Lets go for it”, is the rallying cry from the Daily Express – while the Daily Mirror calls the drive a “rush JAB”

Metro reports that “hits on the NHS vaccine booking website surged last night” after the recommended gap between second jabs and boosters was cut by three months. 

The Times, though, says the online appointment system still required a six-month gap, but the paper expects updated instructions to be issued later

A senior government source has told the Guardian that ministers are aiming to administer 500,000 jabs a day – in a return to the huge national effort seen in the early days of the vaccination campaign. The source cautions that the increase won’t happen overnight. 

The Daily Telegraph leads on US President Joe Biden’s response to the new variant. “No cause for panic”, was his message, according to the paper’s headline

While he has predicted that Omicron cases will reach the United States, he said if people were vaccinated and wore masks there would be no need for lockdowns. The paper notes that Mr Biden’s approach “marks a contrast” to that of Boris Johnson, who has been accused of rushing into restrictions despite a lack of clarity about the new variant.

Yvette Cooper has been a Labour MP since 1997: There is a varied reaction to the shadow cabinet reshuffle. The Daily Mirror describes the changes as “bold” and an attempt to move Labour back to the centre of British politics.

But the New Statesman’s Stephen Bush says the reshuffle is “less than the sum of its parts”. He points out that while that the new shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper is a “very effective opponent” of the government as a select committee chair, she is returning to a position where her record is “mixed”.

The start of Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking trial in New York makes several of the front pages. The Express features the prosecution argument that Ms Maxwell was paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s “second in command”. 

The Daily Mail reports that the court heard how the socialite was a “dangerous predator” who “served up” girls for sexual abuse. It says observers began queuing from 05:00 EST in the morning to guarantee a seat for the proceedings. 

Ms Maxwell denies all the charges: Reuters: Ms Maxwell’s high-profile trial is expected to last six weeks in New York City

And finally, for anyone already worried about cooking Christmas dinner, the Mirror has a solution. 

Gareth Mason, a chef in Greater Manchester, has come up with a 1kg Christmas pie crammed with turkey, vegetables, stuffing and pigs in blankets. He warns not to even bother trying to count the calories in it – while the paper wishes its readers a “Merry CRUSTmas”.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Dec.01: 2021:

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