The Daily Mail’s front splash looks at the long-term effects of the pandemic, describing the ‘devastating toll’ of lockdown on patients needing surgery.
Lockdown toll: Two years for a hip operation
The Daily Mail focuses on one of the long-term effects of the pandemic, describing a “devastating toll” of lockdown on hip and knee patients, some of whom the paper says may have to wait two years for an operation.
A ‘borrowed dress and festival chic – Boris and Carrie wedding
The paper is also one of the many to feature an image of Prime Minister Boris Johnson in shirtsleeves and his new wife Carrie with flowers in her hair, promising an insider view of the “festival chic” wedding.
Headlines from the Mail Online.
‘Confidence is everything’: Madonna shares video of her son David Banda, 15, wearing a cream silk dress to strut around the house
The Mail Online says Madonna’s son David Banda clearly got his killer fashion sense and inimitable confidence from his megastar mamma. On Saturday, the 15-year-old he strutted around the house in a cream silk dress made by Mae Couture on social media.
Olivia Rodrigo’s debut studio album shoots to No. 1 on Billboard 200 albums chart
The Mail Online says Olivia Rodrigo only turned the legal age of 18 three months ago. And already, the California native has scored a No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart with her debut studio effort, Sour.
Britain’s on a Bank Holiday bender: Revellers make the most of the long weekend
The Mail Online says Party-goers were spotted out in force across the country taking advantage of the last night of the Bank Holiday weekend with the added bonus of some hotly anticipated sunshine.
Revellers were seen celebrating the end of some lockdown restrictions meaning they were able to meet up with friends in bars since rules were relaxed on May 17.
Covid-19 cases rise by 40% per cent to 3,240 due to Indian variant but deaths remain flat at six, as 537,000 more people are vaccinated
The Mail Online says daily coronavirus cases have risen by nearly 40 per cent in a week to 3,240 while deaths remain flat at just six as 537,000 more vaccinations were carried out in England on Saturday.
It comes as ministers prepare contingency plans to extend restrictions beyond June 21, amid fears that a surge in cases of the Indian variant could lead to a spike in hospital admissions and deaths.
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