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3185483 Headlines: "Pubs guarded", and the "true extent" of the Covid deaths
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Details of what will look like sociability, and how the hospitality industry is facing a "new normal" described on the Front Page of The Times . Pubs patrol, the enforcement of social distancing, hotel Room Service , guests of the doors and tables in restaurants are not set in advance, The Paper reported. People who visit pubs are also encouraged to drink on a mobile app, instead of at The Bar , The Paper adds, and the menus are disposable. The PM is expected to announce next week That the two-Meter rule will be relaxed from 4. July. "At the end of the lockout in sight," is the headline leading The Daily Telegraph Front Page as The Paper touched on the plethora of measures expected to open announced England in The Next Two Weeks . The two-Meter rule is set to be reduced by half, so That pubs and restaurants re-open next month, plus families will be allowed to stay overnight away from their homes, the added paper. Also on the Front Page is a report That women be overlooked in the UK-recovery-plan with the main characters from The World of business, politics, fashion and sport, urging the government to take action, the impact of the pandemic On Women . Also, in terms of a post-lockdown, the UK, the Daily Express , the Green Light reported That a holiday could be given abroad, "" in The Next few days. The Paper says That the government is preparing to make an important statement, which is traveling to overseas and UK close to striking deals with countries. Elsewhere in The Guardian is on the "true extent" of the British coronavirus fatalities. The Ministers were not made known to the accused, the down the severity of the pandemic will play, after it's been shown That More Than 1,000 people died daily for 22 consecutive days in the UK, in contrast to the toll fees from the government. The largest spike was at 8. April, when 1,445 people were killed in 24 hours. Also on the first page of the plans for the schools are open again, full of September. "Queen joins fight for business," is the headline on the Daily Mirror Front Page , as the newspaper reported That The Head of the Royal Family has pledged their support for The High street, saying: "I wish all the companies a lot of Success . "The Daily Mail ' s Front Page strikes a celebratory tone, as the newspaper reported That £10 million was raised in just Seven Weeks , the personal protective equipment to those at The Front of the Corona-Virus-pandemic-E-Mail-violence campaign. The FT weekend leads with a report of Wirecard chief executive Markus Braun has resigned from The Company he built, following revelations That 1€. 9 Billion in cash disappeared from his Bank accounts. Wirecard is Europe's most valuable technology payments-group reports, but The Company 's shares fell More Than 70% in The Past Two Days . Also on the Front Page , a report is to be determined, the Minister, the withdrawal from the plans for a £5 Billion sovereign satellite navigation system, what was thought to be a symbol of the post-British Britain to leave the EU. The Daily Star is calling for a statue of Dame Vera Lynn - who died Thursday at the Age Of 103 - to be built. "Finally! A statue no one could scream!" is The Paper the headline, as it outlines the hopes to honor the forces' Sweetheart .