First pages of the newspapers that arrived at our newsroom tonight

MADRID, 8 (EUROPA PRESS)

The first editions of the main newspapers that came to our newsroom include, among others, the following news on their front pages:

EL PAÍS: “The AstraZeneca vaccine is suspended for those under 60”; “The IMF Advocates for Exceptional Taxes on the Rich and Businesses”; “Government and autonomies face the end of the state of alarm”; “Outrage in Brussels for the disparagement of Von der Leyen in Turkey”; “An Abascal rally in Vallecas ends with riots.”

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EL MUNDO: “Health will not put AstraZeneca under 60 for blood clots”; “Vox cries out for the attacks on its followers in Vallecas: ‘Marlaska is to blame for the stones'”; “The CNI investigated whether the airline Plus Ultra was used for laundering”; “Judge Conde-Pumpido departs from the ‘procés’ for the separatists”; “The Government forces 226,000 minors who collect the Minimum Living Income to pay Income”; “The pandemic of loneliness”.

LA VANGUARDIA: “Spain will stop vaccinating people under 60 years of age with AZ to avoid blood clots”; “The end of the state of alarm triggers misgivings in the autonomies”; “The IMF asks for a tax for the rich and big companies because of the crisis”; “Brexit contributes to a resurgence of violence in Ulster”.

ABC: “Health recommends in practice not to vaccinate with Astrazeca”; “The Government changes the strategy and proposes to immunize with the English drug only people between 60 and 65 years old”; “The European Medicines Agency certifies links between doses and rare cases of thrombi, but urges to continue using them.”

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EL PERIÓDICO: “The fourth wave forces Catalonia to adopt new restrictions”; “Health and the autonomies agree to suspend the vaccination with Astrazeneca to minors of 60”; “The global minimum tax on companies, closer”; “The PSC compares a ‘Government’ in the shadow as an alternative to sovereignty”; “Clamor Moves to Suspend Vaccine Patents.”

EL CORREO: “Spain stops vaccination with AstraZeneca for those under 60 years of age”; “Euskadi registers 731 new infections, the highest figure in two months”; “Multiple errors and collapse in the premiere of the new personal income tax return in Bizkaia”; “An error of Simón maintains the sadness”; “The Federation sees the Eurocup in Bilbao unfeasible due to sanitary restrictions”; “Juan Mari Aburto, Mayor of Bilbao: ‘I have a tumor and it must be removed as soon as possible'”.

THE REASON: “The AstraZeneca fiasco blows up the vaccine plan”; “Moncloa rules out legislating after the end of the State of Alarm”; “Venezuelan crude traffic finances the owners of Plus Ultra”; “JxCat and ERC move away from ‘sine die’ investiture”; “One kick, one vote.”

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