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The Times has the latest changes on the government’s travel restriction lists and also news of an increase in hotel quarantine costs.

A new vaccination programme could begin within days, potentially seeing all over-16s given coronavirus jabs, reports The Times.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told young people that going into the office can be “really beneficial” to their careers and warned that video conferencing was no substitute, The Times reports.

The Times reports that the government is considering creating an amber watchlist, which would include countries at risk of moving to the red list with little warning.

The Times leads on claims householders have been warned to brace themselves for the biggest energy bills rise in a decade with more than half facing an increase of about £150 a year.

The Times says the imposition of quarantine rules for French visitors was based on cases of the COVID Delta variant on the French overseas territory of Reunion, thousands of miles away from the mainland.

Ministers have been warned by senior health officials that allowing fully vaccinated Europeans to enter the UK freely could raise the risk of lower quality vaccines undermining Britain’s immunity against COVID-19, The Times reports.

Boris Johnson is worried Britain may “squander its vaccine bonus”, so he’s planning to ease England’s COVID travel restrictions soon, says The Times.

The peak of the third COVID wave may have passed, according to The Times, after COVID cases fell for a sixth day in a row.

According to The Times, Britain is seeing a sustained fall in reported COVID-19 cases outside of lockdown for the first time since the pandemic began. 

The Times leads with predictions that Border Force is preparing for 22,000 people to cross the English Channel this year in small boats, with more expected to arrive through other means.

Food supply chain workers are among those set to be exempt from isolation rules in a bid to help address shortages, The Times reports.

Supermarkets say that a growing number of staff and delivery drivers are being forced to isolate due to possible COVID-19 exposure, leaving shelves bare in some parts of the UK – that’s on the front...

The double vaccination requirement for people to enter nightclubs and other venues from later this year is the splash for The Times, with the paper highlighting how the government wants to encourage young people to...

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