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Fact Check: Newspapers do not spread the Covid-19 infection

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Fact Check: Newspapers do not spread the Covid-19 infection

Fact Check: Newspapers do not spread the Covid-19 infection

Your newspaper is safe.

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the newspaper industry is working relentlessly to bring you credible information and help you avoid fake news.

Even PM Modi in his interaction with stakeholders lauded the credibility of print publications.

Further, there is no evidence to suggest Covid-19 transmission through newspapers.

INMA research states that newsprint, in fact, is safest because of sterility of ink and paper processes.

Please continue taking precautions at this crucial time and stay away from misinformation and rumours.

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