UK Newspapers Daily Front Pages Review | Thursday, 21 October, 2021
Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Today, Thursday, October 21, 2021, top events in the United Kingdom are making headlines on the front pages of newspapers.
According to The Guardian, Health Secretary Sajid Javid has warned that COVID-19 infections might exceed 100,000 per day.
The Health Secretary has urged Britons to obtain two extra vaccinations: a COVID-19 booster and a flu vaccine. Metro has the story.
After a hectic couple of weeks, the Queen has been urged to take a week off from royal duties, according to The Sun.
The Health Secretary has warned that COVID-19 limitations may be reimposed as the UK’s infection rate rises, according to The Independent.
Sajid Javid, according to the Daily Express, introduced two antiviral medications during his COVID-19 news conference to help with the winter COVID-19 struggle.
The announcement that 730,000 doses of Molnupiravir, Pfizer’s antiviral coronavirus medicine, will be available to minimize the risk of contracting the virus was also covered by the Daily Mail.
Medical experts have urged the UK government that it must act quickly to combat the rising number of COVID-19 cases, according to the Daily Mirror.
According to The Times, the Health Secretary has urged Britons to receive the new booster vaccine to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Tilly Ramsay, the star of Strictly Come Dancing, has hit back at a presenter who dubbed her a “chubby little thing,” according to the Daily Star.
Thank you for reading; I’ll see you tomorrow for a look at UK newspapers.