The Government's planned 14-day quarantine for international travellers continues to dominate the front pages on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail, Daily Mirror and Daily Star speculate on what potential amendments to the regulations could mean for summer holidays.
The Times reports the PM is prepared to offer nearly three million Hong Kong citizens UK citizenship if follows through with its proposed security law requiring government to enforce measures to be decided later by Beijing.
A "North-South Covid-19 divide" is growing in England as Covid-19 fatalities and cases are "far more common in some regions than in London", according to Metro.
The i leads on the apparent "funding crisis" facing the nation's universities in light of the Covid-19 crisis.
The Sun says hopes of pubs reopening, weekly coronavirus-related deaths soon reaching zero and easyJet's plan to resume flights to "three in four destinations by August" are a "triple victory over Covid-19".
Britons are supportive of an income tax increase to "fix the social care crisis", according to the Daily Express.
And the Financial Times says Brussels is seeking new powers to block takeovers of European companies by "state-subsidised foreign rivals", while covering being reprimanded by the statistical regulator over "mistrusted Covid-19 testing figures".
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