The Guardian – England’s unlocking: 10m could face summer isolation
Summary of Today's Paper
The Guardian – 10m could face summer isolation
The Guardian has done some further analysis of the numbers and reports potentially as many as 10 million people could have to isolate over a six-week period. It quotes Health Secretary Sajid Javid saying England was entering “uncharted territory” in its wholesale scrapping of lockdown rules from 19 July.
The paper’s front page features an image of the two sisters – Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry – who were murdered at a London park last year as their killer gets convicted.
The Guardian says New Zealand, Iceland, the UK, Tasmania and Ireland are the places best suited to survive a global collapse of society, according to a study.
The Guardian says Bob Odenkirk had a “heart-related incident” when he collapsed on the show’s set in New Mexico, and his condition was stable as he recovered in hospital.
The Guardian says Wayne Rooney has apologised to his family and Derby after images emerged appearing to show him asleep in a hotel room surrounded by a group of young women.
The Guardian says opening England’s borders to let millions of people arriving from the US and Europe avoid quarantine could risk importations of new Covid variants.
The Guardian says Australia’s track and field team has been sent into isolation on the eve of the competition at the Tokyo Olympics after American pole vaulter Sam Kendricks tested positive for Covid-19.
The Guardian says that lawyers for the Queen lobbied ministers to exempt her from a draft law, making her the only landowner not required to help facilitate the construction of pipelines.