UK Newspapers Daily Front Pages Review | Thursday, 21 October, 2021

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Top happenings making headlines on the front pages of newspapers in the United Kingdom today Thursday, 21 October 2021.

Health Secretary, Javid, has warned COVID-19 cases to reach 100,000 daily, The Guardian says

Health Secretary have urges Britons to get two more jabs, a COVID-19 booster jab and another one for flu. Metro reports.

The Sun leads with a report that the Queen has been advised to take a week break from royal duties after a hectic couple of weeks.

As UK infection increases, Health Secretary has warned that COVID-19 restrictions might be reimposed, The Independent reports.

According to Daily Express, during his COVID-19 press conference, Sajid Javid unveiled two antiviral drugs to bolster the winter COVID-19 battle

The Daily Mail also lead on news that 730,000 doses of the Molnupiravir and Pfizer’s antiviral coronavirus drug are going to be available to reduce risk of getting the virus.

According to Daily Mirror, medical experts have warned that the UK government must act now to fight rising COVID-19 cases.

As the lead story, Health Secretary has asked Britons to get the new booster jab to stop the continuous increase of coronavirus cases, The Times reports.

Daily Star reports that Strictly Come Dancing star, Tilly Ramsay, has fired at comments from a presenter who called her a “chubby little thing”.

Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of UK newspapers.

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