The i paper reports vaccines will start on Tuesday – with care homes among the first to get a jab.
The Daily Express leads on the UK’s vaccine success being rubbished by EU health chiefs.
Hospitals will receive an initial 800,000 doses to vaccinate staff, reports The Times, but it echoes Boris Johnson’s message the process of vaccinating the nation could “take months”.
The Daily Mail hails the vaccine news and shoppers heading back to stores today – on the first day since England left lockdown – as a “shot in the arm” for the country.
Lorries carrying the Pfizer vaccine are already headed to the UK, the Daily Mirror reports.
A diplomatic row over claims Brexit was responsible for the fast-track approval of the Pfizer/ BioNTech vaccine leads The Guardian tomorrow.
The Daily Star has praised scientists for the vaccine development, but questions if leaders can now deliver it.
The Daily Telegraph quotes Boris Johnson – who said the Pfizer jab offers a chance to “reclaim our lives” – on its front page covering the vaccine approval.
Metro celebrates the UK being the first nation to approve a coronavirus vaccine on its front page, calling it a “historic” moment.
COVID vaccinations beginning in the UK next week, after regulators gave the green light to the Pfizer/ BioNTech jab, leads the front of the Financial Times.