The Guardian – Easing of rules opens travel to 100 countries
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The Guardian – easing of rules opens travel to 100 countries
Summer travel to 100 countries will be opened up as quarantine requirements for the double jabbed are eased in England, the Guardian reports. The paper says ministers “opened the door” for travellers to enjoy summer holidays – but overseas residents who have not received a jab via the NHS will still be ordered to isolate on their return to the UK.
A beaming Gareth Southgate is the paper’s main image ahead of England’s Euro 2020 final on Sunday.
The Guardian says hundreds of critical health workers in the Australian state of Queensland have gone into isolation as the country battles a growing Delta outbreak
The Guardian says the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has launched an investigation into the case of sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya
The Guardian says she is a spirited, Titian-haired, freckled beauty, whose curls just won’t quit. While initially submitting to the strictures of high society and the tribulations of the marriage market, she endures a pasting from the press before emerging triumphant
The Guardian says ministers are to radically alter the NHS Covid-19 app in order to reduce the number of people instructed to isolate after they have been in contact with someone who tests positive
The Guardian says Harry Kane failed to show up on Monday morning at Tottenham’s training ground, where he was due to report after a post-Euro 2020 break.