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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.

Ministers are expected to announce that people arriving from amber list countries who have been fully vaccinated in the EU or US will not have to quarantine, says The Guardian.

The Metro leads on Matthew Keenan, a new father who did not believe in COVID vaccines and died of the disease wishing he had been jabbed.

“Three gold medals before breakfast” is how the i covers Team GB’s stirring start to the week in Tokyo.

Police officers are “punched, kicked, pushed and spat at every day” is the eye-catching lead in the Daily Express, based on comments from a chief constable.

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.

The Guardian leads with diver Tom Daley’s declaration about his sexuality after he won Olympic gold and a warning from ministers about taking care even as COVID cases fall.

The Daily Telegraph devotes its front page to what is being  called “Magic Monday” after Team GB landed three Olympic golds and nearly bagged a fourth in Tokyo.

The Metro front page puns on the tears shed by Olympic gold medal-winning diver Tom Daley after his synchronised 10m platform victory with partner Matty Lee. 

The breakdown of a deal to create “the world’s biggest insurance broker” is the lead in the Financial Times, which has a picture of Team GB gold medallists Matty Lee and Tom Daley.

The Daily Express has gone with a similar story to The Times, saying coronavirus infections have fallen for the fifth day in a row, raising hopes that the third wave has peaked.

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 Daily Mirror says it is believed pictures of a woman posing with Wayne Rooney as he slept on a chair, that were shared online, have been reported as a possible crime after the football manager called...

Union leaders are encouraging key workers in transport and food to avoid the self-isolation exemption set out by the government and stay at home if told to do so, reports the Daily Telegraph.

The Guardian says increasing numbers of young people with coronavirus are being admitted to hospital, with doctors begging them not to “suffer unnecessarily” and to get vaccinated.

Up to 50,000 cases of dementia were missed during lockdown, with around one in ten sufferers going undiagnosed because referrals to memory all but stopped at the start of the pandemic, writes the Daily Mail. 

The Metro front page leads with a story about Health Secretary Sajid Javid apologising for his tweet that suggested people should not “cower” from coronavirus.