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“12-year-olds to get jabbed” is the headline on the front of the Metro, which leads with the story that healthy children as young as 12 will be allowed to have the COVID-19 vaccine from next…

The Times claims booster vaccines are expected to get the go-ahead early next week after data showed they give a “several-fold increase” in vital antibodies that protect against coronavirus.

Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert, one of the scientists behind the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab, says a mass booster programme is unnecessary because immunity to COVID from two vaccine doses is “lasting well” in the majority of people,…

The Daily Telegraph reports that children aged between 12 and 15 are expected to be offered a COVID-19 vaccine, against the recommendation from the government’s advisers.

Google workers will only be able to return to its US offices if they have had two COVID vaccine injections – that’s the lead in the Metro.

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 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.

The ‘vaccine bounce’ in the polls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to have ended, according to the i Weekend.

British holidaymakers are being barred from boarding flights after receiving an Indian-made version of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine that is not licensed in the EU, claims The Daily Telegraph.

The Times reports that fully vaccinated travellers arriving from countries on the amber list are set to avoid quarantine from as early as 19 July as airlines prepare to check vaccine status on flights into…

Half the population will be offered a third coronavirus jab alongside the flu vaccine from September to reduce the risk of more restrictions this winter, The Times writes.

The i is reporting that the UK’s vaccines taskforce is busy securing jab supplies for the autumn and beyond to help the UK live with COVID-19.