US News What the papers say – March 20

09:06  20 march  2020
09:06  20 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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  What the papers say – March 11 Budget and coronavirus stories dominate the front pages on Wednesday.The Daily Mail, The Guardian and the i report that extra support for the NHS to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic is expected to be among the key features of the plans.

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A variety of angles on the coronavirus crisis lead the papers on Friday, from the Queen’s message to the nation to the Prime Minister saying the tide can be turned inside three months.

The Times leads with words from the Queen saying Britain must “come together to work as one”, while the paper also reports on the first medical trials of vaccines beginning in the UK.

The Daily Mirror also leads with the Queen’s “inspirational rallying message”.

The Daily Telegraph carries a preview of an announcement from the Chancellor Rishi Sunak on how people will be given “direct protection” from the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Financial Times leads on a similar story, saying Mr Sunak is preparing a “big rescue plan” including wage subsidies for workers.

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More moves aimed at tackling the coronavirus dominate the papers on Monday. The coronavirus is once again by far the hottest topic on the country’s front pages on Monday. The Times leads on Boris Johnson saying “we’ll stop at nothing” to tackle the virus.

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While the Guardian has a report saying trials of a vaccine will begin next month after experts have “accelerated tests”.

Metro leads with Mr Johnson’s assertion that the tide can be turned within 12 weeks, a story which also leads the i.

The Independent asks whether the absence of new cases in Wuhan can be considered a “turning point”.

A number of regional newspapers, including the Manchester Evening NewsThe Scotsman and the South Wales Echo pledge a show of support to their readers amid the coronavirus outbreak.

And the Sun leads with an appeal for Britons to “stop going to the pub”.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reports Mr Johnson attempted to “inject some hope” with his suggestion the situation could improve within 12 weeks.

What the papers say – March 18

  What the papers say – March 18 The coronavirus pandemic leads Wednesday’s front pages.The Guardian reports the Government has promised to battle Britain’s “biggest peacetime threat” in a package described by the Daily Mirror as aimed at helping businesses and families amid the pandemic.

Wednesday's Telegraph: "Expect 20 % of all workers to be off sick" #TomorrowsPapersToday The Daily Express says Britain is on “full alert” over the virus, while the Daily Mail sums up the response The Financial Times says coronavirus concerns have led the US Federal Reserve to cut interest rates

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The Covid-19 latest also leads the Daily Express, with the paper covering a plea to stop panic buying and the young being warned to stop socialising.

And the Daily Star reports a “mountain” of toilet paper has been delivered to 10 Downing Street.

What the papers say – March 27 .
More developments around the coronavirus outbreak lead the papers on Friday.The Guardian says nurses are being sent to London as the city gears up for a ‘tsunami’ of coronavirus patients, with The Independent also leading on London’s expected surge.

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