Busting myths: Newspapers don’t spread Corona

Newspapers are committed to their subscribers during COVID-19 emergency. Teams are working selflessly to keep you abreast of the latest news. Newspapers do not carry or spread the COVID-19 virus. WHO guidelines mention it is safe to receive packages like newspapers. The likelihood of a commercial goods getting contaminated is low. Modern day printing technology is totally automated. It is untouched by hand. Hawker supply chains of newspapers are completely sanitized.

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