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It will be a harsh winter this year as lockdown is replaced with tighter tiers – but a potential vaccine could bring hope to the country by spring, the Daily Mirror reports. 

A vaccine will bring the world a “step closer” to ending the pandemic, The Guardian has quoted Oxford university’s Professor Sarah Gilbert as saying. 

The University of Oxford and AstraZeneca are boosting hopes the coronavirus can be beaten, according to the Financial Times, which reports the partnership vaccine is due to be submitted for regulatory approval “immediately”. 

The Daily Star leads with the COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University, which produces a strong immune response in older adults, data from early trials has shown.

The Times reports on the UK buying five million doses of the new Moderna vaccine – bringing fresh hopes that the country could have several working vaccines within the next few months.

The Daily Star hails the news that a new vaccine has proven to be almost 95% effective, but says that the UK won’t get it until Spring, after a pre-order “shambles”.

The UK is likely to be part of a scramble for a coronavirus vaccine, according to The Guardian, which says that the country may miss out on stock after it initially opted out of the...

A new vaccine from US firm Moderna has boosted hopes for an end to the pandemic, after it said its jab was almost 95% effective in fighting COVID-19, the i writes.

The Metro reports that the UK is at the back of the queue for the latest COVID-19 vaccine from the US, after the health secretary said the country would have to wait until the Spring...

Hopes that an end to the pandemic could be on the horizon have been boosted by the latest news from US pharmaceutical company Moderna, which has said its vaccine is 94% effective in fighting COVID-19,...

The Financial Times says three of the world’s top central bankers have predicted the breakthrough on a coronavirus vaccine would lift the uncertainty weighing on the global economy.

The i has a warning that the COVID-19 vaccine should not be sold privately but instead distributed based on risk and need.

The government’s deputy chief medical officer, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, has said the apparent success of the COVID-19 vaccine is a “huge milestone” and the current wave of the virus could be the last that Britain...

A government adviser says life could go back to normal by spring after news about the vaccine was announced by its developers, with the prime minister claiming the UK is at the “front of the...

The Daily Mirror has the headline “Our little bottle of hope” as it leads with the news that care home residents and staff in the UK could be given the coronavirus vaccine within weeks –...

The success of a coronavirus vaccine in late-stage trials means it could be rolled out in weeks, says the Daily Mail, which has the headline: “One small jab for man…” as scientists hailed the development...

The Daily Telegraph reports scientists say Britain could return to normal life by spring after the jab breakthrough was announced. The UK has already ordered 40 million doses of the vaccine.

Despite the breakthrough in the race for an effective COVID-19 vaccine, Boris Johnson has warned that hurdles remain and he urged people to stay vigilant against the virus, writes The Independent.Read more on what the...

Ten million doses of a coronavirus vaccine could be ready in the UK by Christmas after trials showed it is both safe and 90% effective, reports Metro.

The Daily Mirror reports on chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty’s optimism about a possible end to lockdown and a vaccine coming – hopefully, both before Christmas.Read more on this story here.

‘Vaccine on the front line in a month’ headlines the Metro, as the NHS is on standby for a potential coronavirus vaccine rollout in December. Read more on this story here.