World Health Organisation statement says the risk of transmission of the Covid-19 by printed paper is infinitely insignificant

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World Health Organisation statement says the risk of transmission of the Covid-19 by printed paper is infinitely insignificant.

THE Health Delegation of the Andalucian Government has stated that putting stands with newspapers both inside a premise or even on the street is perfectly acceptable. The Health Delegation highlighted a statement from the World Health Organisation, which says: “the risk of transmission of the Covid-19 by printed paper is ‘infinitely insignificant,’ so the act of picking up a newspaper to read or leaf through it by one or more people, whether at home or in a public establishment, is safe and is not a cause of contagion.”

Likewise, the Spanish Information Media Association issued a statement stating: “The transmission of Covid-19 through newsprint and its shared use has never been never been founded.”

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