Scotland’s papers: Holidays crush and Covid drugs of hope

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Travel agencies are reporting a “summer vacation flight” after Covid’s travel restrictions are lifted. Vaccinated individuals no longer need pre-test tests or must isolate upon return until they have a negative test. Jet2 chief Steve Heapy said, “We’ve seen an immediate increase in bookings.”

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The Scottish Daily Express reports that the number of bookings has increased by an “incredible 150 percent”. The newspaper says that offers at reduced prices, new locations and huge demand after almost two years of “stuck at home” have provided massive support to the travel industry. He adds: “From the Canary Islands to Dubai and the United States, the Scots are determined to make the most of their newfound freedom.”

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The cattle are also leading with an “escape rush” reported by travel agents and airlines. Barrhead Travel said the number of inquiries has almost doubled, with Tenerife, Orlando and Barbados being the most popular destinations.

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SNP ministers hope that more patients with Covid can be treated at home with antivirals to stop the sharp rise in hospitalizations, despite evidence that 40 percent of patients in wards with the disease are actually being treated for other diseases. Like many front pages, this paper deals with the death of the legendary actor Sidney Poitier.

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The reports also report that the NHS and Police Scotland are feeling tense over the absence of staff over Covid. The document warns NHS Grampian that “exponential” growth in infections is expected to continue in the near future. It also states that Britain’s second-largest police is sending 258 probation officers to support local police divisions across the country.

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Meanwhile, the Scottish Daily Mail said it had interviewed Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged “sex slave,” who says Virginia Giuffre told her she had slept with the Duke of York in London. Mrs. Giuffre is suing the prince and claims that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17. Prince Andrew constantly denies the allegations.

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The Daily Telegraph leads with recommendations from government scientific advisers that a fourth stabbing is not currently needed. The analysis of the Joint Vaccination and Immunization Committee found that three months after receiving the third sting, protection against hospitalizations among people over the age of 65 remained at approximately 90%. It comes after some countries, such as Israel, started giving fourth coats of Covid.

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Elsewhere, the Times interviewed Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, the commander of the armed forces, who told Russia that any attempt by Moscow to cut off key underwater communications cables would be considered an act of war. Sir Tony said that over the last 20 years there has been a “phenomenal increase” in the activity of Russian submarines and underwater.

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The National is interviewing SNP MP Dr Philippa Whitford. She says she and her colleagues “can’t just leave Westminster” because they would be considered “abstinent.”

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The Scottish Sun reports that TV star Denise Van Outen broke up with her fiancĂ© over the claim that he “betrayed her trust.”

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The Daily Star reports that TV presenter Eamonn Holmes hopes to cure his back pain with a “magic” stick.

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Edinburgh Evening News is interviewed by the director, who claims that the papers showing that he fathered a child with an ex-pupil were forged.

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Councilors do not have the authority to deny planning permits for transit stores due to climate change, High Councilman Glasgow told the Times. The newspaper reports that the controversial Burger King and Starbucks drive in the west of the city is under construction, despite a strong community campaign to stop it.

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The Press and Journal reports that jobs were laid at several airports following a decision to cancel a controversial air traffic control centralization plan.

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According to The Courier, current and former employees of the Dundee bar and restaurant chain have accused bosses of “hiding the Covid Christmas epidemic” and failing to complain about sexual harassment.

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The Evening Telegraph tells the story of a “pub bully” who bit another man’s ear.

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And the Evening Express covers the chaotic aftermath of the Stonehaven railway accident.

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