The Daily Express is backing a law that would see an end to the anonymous, online bullying of young sufferers of epilepsy.
There is hope for people who want to take overseas holidays in the summer, The Times says, adding vaccine passports are under discussion by the government.
A poll in the i suggests that while most Britons support sending children back to school and reopening non-essential retail, many are still cautious over a return to socialising.
Vaccine data is showing a path out of lockdowns, according to The Daily Telegraph, which adds that “real world” figures show the jabs cut coronavirus infections by two-thirds.
The Guardian leads with Facebook’s news ban in Australia, adding the Silicon Valley giant has come under fire across the globe over its decision.
The Independent says that health groups are warning that NHS workers’ lives are at risk if the situation involving PPE isn’t improved.
Britons as young as 40 are to be offered the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, the Daily Mail says, with the rollout focussing on age, rather than key-worker status.
Facebook’s news ban in Australia is on the front of Metro, which adds that there is a global campaign to ditch the social media giant.
France’s president, Emmanuel Macron, has given an interview to the Financial Times where he calls for more COVID-19 vaccines to go to poorer nations.