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Dec.06, 2021: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: First with #COVID19 pill rollout with Merck: Molnupiravir being the first oral antiviral treatment to report clinical trial results & new rules for ‘Travel’ for #Christmas angers industry as #Omicron cases rise to 246 with 86 new daily total on Sunday

And with total number of new positive case below:

A group of senior Conservatives are demanding a radical overhaul of the asylum system to allow migrants to claim refuge at UK embassies anywhere in the world, rather than having to travel to Britain first: The online Independent leads with the story: It reports that former cabinet ministers David Davis and Andrew Mitchell are among those backing the initiative to reduce the number of migrants attempting dangerous Channel crossings.

The Sunday Telegraph front page 5 December 2021
The Sunday Telegraph says the first at-home Covid treatment will be offered to patients by Christmas. According to the paper, Health Secretary Sajid Javid is preparing to announce the beginning of a national pilot of Lagevrio, also known as molnupiravir. Under plans, courses of the tablet could be delivered to clinically vulnerable and immunosuppressed patients within 48 hours of a positive Covid test, the paper adds.

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Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust, has written in the Observer that the world is “closer to the start of the pandemic than the end” in a piece critical of the way Covid has been handled by politicians. Meanwhile, trust in politicians has dropped since Boris Johnson became prime minister, according to a study cited by the paper in a separate article. Some 63% of voters believed politicians were “out merely for themselves” as opposed to their country or party, compared to 48% in 2014, polling suggests.

Grieving families have spoken to the Sunday Mirror about their anger over a No 10 Christmas party held during 2020’s restrictions. “It’s the ultimate insult,” Alan Saddler, whose sister Elaine died at the age of 43, told the paper. Another person who lost their mother called it a “slap in the face”. No 10 has said no Covid rules were broken.

Medics have expressed their anger at being unable to treat seriously ill patients, the Sunday Times reports, as 90% of coronavirus patients requiring the most specialist care are unvaccinated. The paper shares warnings from doctors that some transplant operations are not going ahead and that complex cancer surgeries are being delayed.

Meanwhile, the Sunday People leads with Paula Hudgell’s campaign for a child abuse register following the death of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes. Mrs Hudgell is adoptive mother to Tony Hudgell, who had both legs amputated following abuse inflicted by his birth parents when he was a baby. Arthur’s father and stepmother were jailed on Friday for his death.

The Duke of Cambridge dominates the Mail on Sunday’s front page and is pictured in other papers as he makes his guest appearance on Apple’s Time to Walk podcast. The Mail on Sunday’s focus is on Prince William’s “mental health crisis” after he witnessed the aftermath of a devastating accident. The experience left him feeling “like the whole world was dying”, he is reported as saying.

Also leading on Prince William, the Sunday Express’ headline is: “Simply the best mother.” Prince William has revealed how he and his mother Diana, the Princess of Wales, would sing Tina Turner’s Simply the Best to reduce his anxiety before boarding school, the paper reports.

And David Ginola is the focus of the Daily Star Sunday’s front page as the paper carries comments from the former footballer on how he communicated with a ghost during a sΓ©ance.

The Sunday Telegraph reports that the first at-home treatment for Covid will be offered to British patients by Christmas, with the rollout of an antiviral pill to help protect the most vulnerable from the Omicron variant. 

Health Secretary Sajid Javid is said to be preparing to announce a national pilot of Lagevrio, also known as molnupiravir, the so-called “game-changing” pill that the UK became the first country to license last month. 

Under the plans, the NHS would deliver courses of the tablet to clinically vulnerable and immunosuppressed patients within as little as 48 hours of them testing positive for coronavirus. 

The Telegraph says a series of “Covid medicines delivery units” will be set up to help get the antiviral drug to patients as quickly as possible, in the face of the threat posed by Omicron.

The Sunday Times says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a wide-ranging national inquiry into the murder of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes – involving the police, schools, social services and probation watchdogs – to “learn lessons” from the case. 

Arthur’s stepmother and his father were both convictedon Thursday for killing him. 

The Sunday Express notes that Attorney General Suella Braverman is to review whether their sentences were too lenient and should be referred to the Court of Appeal. 

During the couple’s trial, it emerged that at least three warnings from family members and teachers about Arthur’s plight had not been heeded. 

According to the Sunday Times, the investigation being announced today is likely to consider whether safeguarding guidelines should be introduced for at-risk children in the event of future national lockdowns.

The Independent describes this as a stark challenge to what it calls the “punitive” approach taken by Mr Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel who have demanded tighter controls on French beaches and threatened to “push back” small boats at sea.

Many of the papers pick over comments by the Duke of Cambridge on Apple’s Time to Walk podcast, which encourages people to take a stroll to boost their well-being. 

It is the main story in both the Mail on Sunday and Sunday Express. 

Under a headline: “William’s Mental Health Crisis”, the Mail speaks of the prince being engulfed by a dark cloud of anguish and depression when as a helicopter ambulance pilot he helped to save a badly injured young boy of a similar age to his son, George.

The Express focuses on William recalling how he and his mother, Princess Diana, sang along to Tina Turner’s Simply The Best, to calm his anxiety as he and his brother, Harry, were being driven back to boarding school. 

The Sun on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror observe that the prince listens to “head-banging” heavy metal to get ready for his week; he loves AC/DC, but his children prefer Shakira.

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