Newspaper front pages for the 23rd of July, 2021



Food supply chain workers are among those set to be exempt from isolation rules in a bid to help address shortages, The Times reports.
Workers considered critical will be offered daily coronavirus testing to help end the so-called “pingdemic”, the Daily Express says.
The Daily Star has a joke about Education Secretary Gavin Williamson on its front page.

Business leaders are calling on Boris Johnson to end quarantine for those “pinged” by the NHS COVID app, the Daily Mail reports.
The i is reporting on changes to isolation rules which mean critical workers will be able to keep going to work if they are “pinged” by the NHS COVID app.
The Daily Telegraph is citing an Oxford study which has found testing children daily for coronavirus is more effective than isolation.





The government has asked the NHS to fund part of the 3% pay rise for staff, The Guardian reports, prompting anger from the medical profession.


A Tory MP has called on the government to bring in the army to help combat shortages caused by the so-called “pingdemic”, the Metro reports.
The Financial Times has covered the latest in the Lex Greensill inquiry, which is examining the financier’s access to government ministers

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