One person in the UK has died with the Omicron variant of coronavirus, the prime minister has said. Boris Johnson said the new variant was resulting in hospital admissions.
The Guardian leads with Boris Johnson’s “gamble” on one million booster jabs a day to tackle the Omicron variant.
Plans to offer every adult a booster jab by the end of the month is The Sun’s top story.
Daily Express puts the “national mission” to deliver boosters on its front page.
Metro reports on a record 530,086 boosters being given in one day amid concerns about the Omicron variant.
The Daily Mirror echoes Boris Johnson, who has urged all adults to get a COVID booster jab amid fears the Omicron variant will lead to “many deaths”.
The Independent front page leads with Boris Johnson’s plans to deliver one million booster jabs a day to battle the Omicron ‘tidal wave’.
The Guardian says an Indian man who tried to fake his death by murdering a builder and passing the body off as his own has been arrested.
The Independent says Officials have said that there are “confirmed fatalities” after workers became trapped when a roof collapsed at an Amazon warehouse in Illinois.
The Metro says Julian Assange recently had stroke in prison brought on by the stress from his case, his fiancee has claimed.
The Guardian says New Zealand health authorities are investigating claims that a man received up to 10 Covid-19 vaccination doses in one day.
The Independent says Texas girl Sophie Long, 11, has been found safe in an undisclosed foreign country after going missing in July.
The Metro says A volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands shows no sign of ending after 85 days.
The Metro says Special advisors at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) regularly drank alcohol late into the night throughout the pandemic.
The Guardian says the Brentford and Manchester United match has been placed in doubt after a number of Ralf Rangnick’s squad tested positive for Covid-19.
The Independent says Naomie Harris has claimed she was sexually harassed by a “huge star” during an audition.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson faces the biggest rebellion of his premiership on Tuesday over new Covid restrictions.
The Independent says Two cargo ships have collided in the Baltic Sea off Sweden’s south coast, Reuters reported quoting Swedish public broadcaster SVT.
The Metro says One woman from Wales loves Harry Potter so much, she now owns the largest collection of Wizarding World memorabilia.
Monday’s front pages are dominated by the prime minister's televised address, warning about rising cases of the Omicron Covid variant.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson is gambling on an unprecedented ramping up of vaccinations, rolling out 1m booster jabs a day.
The Independent says Police investigating the disappearance of nursing assistant Petra Srncova have been alerted to the discovery of a woman’s body.
The Metro says Danny Miller has won I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2021.
Arab News says Oman’s 18-plus population would now be allowed to book boosters in a bid to counter the spread of the omicron COVID-19 variant.
France24 says US emergency workers searched for survivors of ferocious tornadoes that killed dozens of people across several states.
The United States has reached 800,000 coronavirus-related death and cases topped 50 million, as the nation braces for a potential surge.
BBC Sport says F1 rejected two protests by Mercedes against the result of the controversial title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.