Potential Covid-19 pandemic restrictions dominate the national papers, though there is still space for medical reaction to a star’s controversial take on coronavirus vaccines.
The Daily Express leads with the headline: 'Mr Sensible! We reserve right to tighten rules', quoting Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he unveiled the plans intended to stop a Covid resurgence this winter.
The Metro also led with the the government's recently unveiled plans, with the headline: 'A Covid winter warner'. It also features a full length picture of tennis sensation Emma Raducanu as she attended the prestigious Met Ball gala in the US.
The Daily Mirror has the same idea as it showcases an image on Emma Raducanu alongside the line: 'Emma having a ball...', while its headline reads: 'Plan for the worst' regarding the government's emergency options to tackle a winter Covid surge.
The Daily Mail leads with the headline: 'Surprise! It's back to panic stations', as it too highlights Boris Johnson's plans for fresh Covid curbs if cases rise during winter months.
The i writes: 'PM's plan B to stop new lockdown' and includes three boxes outlining plans A, B and C for potential Covid restrictions.
The Daily Telegraph also runs with fears of another lockdown with the headline: 'Spectre of winter lockdown returns'. It also features US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez donning a much spoken about dress lettered with the words 'Tax the rich' as she attended the Met Gala.
The Times writes: ''Go hard, go early' to curb winter crisis, Johnson told', as it reports scientists warning the prime minister to impose restrictions if Covid cases surge in coming months.
The Guardian also leads with scientists' warnings, writing: 'Act urgently or face up to 7,000 a day in hospital, scientists tell PM'.
The Independent uses the same figures as it leads with the headline: 'Thousands in hospital a day without restrictions', adding below: 'Experts call for action despite PM's reluctance to return to rules'.
The Sun leads with Prince William and David Beckham reuniting at the paper's awards ceremony 'Who cares wins' in honour of heroic Brits.
The Financial Times leads with a Brexit story headlined: 'Johnson forced to delay Brexit border checks on EU goods', while also featuring a picture of Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez in her 'Tax the rich' dress.
The Daily Star covers the surprising news surrounding an unlikely feud between the UK's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and American singer Nicki Minaj over Covid vaccines.