A combination of good weather and the relaxation approach to coronavirus locking rules in England has led to jubilation on some cover pages today, like others, to mark the beginning of the end of “our national d ‘hibernation”.
“Summer is back on!” said the Daily Mail, and quotes from Boris Johnson, urging people to go out and have fun. He notes, however, the move is a “calculated play at the head of economic disaster”.
The Express goes the same from the tack. He uses a photo of the Prime Minister with beer held in the air next to the headline: “Cheers Boris! Here’s to Britain’s improvement. ” He tempers the joy with a message at the top: “PM: we are emerging from the hibernation virus, but still a risk”. Metro also uses the pub with the theme “Get the beers”.
The Prime Minister’s “hibernation” comment was chosen by the rest of the documents.
The Guardian of the relief balances with still serious dangers of the virus of the pose. “H originated ‘the end of hibernation’ – but scientists urge caution” is the title, alongside a dark face Johnson delivering the news of the “a meter more” rules to come in, The 4th of July.
The Telegraph cites Johnson for its title: “Our hibernation is beginning to end, turmoil is back.” Below, a comment piece by associate editor Camilla Tominey is titled: “So, we tried to get back to normal in a world that is anything but”.
Le Temps has a simple: “Hibernation at the end” of hand and a inbox of guidelines at a glance. He also joins other documents, watching the life and death of financial cinema Steve Bing.
The Mirror seems more festive discombobulated in its handling of the guidelines. “Life… but not as we know it”, is the title above “Great Britain unlocked”.
The FT gives the lower half of its forehead to the new coronavirus. “Johnson gives green light to reopening pubs despite“ big concerns ”from chief counselor,” is their title but the story is about the arrest of former Wirecard CEO Markus Braun on suspicions of falsification of accounts.
The Scottish Wisdom Virus, National Anger Reports at the BBC Scotland, to cut Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon to receive an update on the virus in England.
The Messenger reports on the two meter rule to stay put in Scotland. The sturgeon said it will be able to give “more clarity” later this week on a schedule for the next locking steps.
The Scot says that the country will follow the example of countries like Australia and scrap measures of social distance between students in schools.