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Newspapers don't transmit coronavirus, finds study; 'sterility of ink and paper processes' make newsprints safe

WorldNews Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Newspapers don't transmit coronavirus, finds study; 'sterility of ink and paper processes' make newsprints safeResearchers have been studying the spread of coronavirus and the surfaces on which it can stay for long. In a recent study, it has been found that "porous paper surfaces" like newsprint are safe from the virus. Earl J Wilkinson, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and executive director of the International News Media Association (INMA), shared...
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