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Selon l'OMS : les journaux ne transmettent pas le coronavirus

C’est une nouvelle rassurante pour tous ceux qui aiment tenir leurs journaux entre les mains à travers le monde. Selon l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS), le coronavirus «cannot de passed on from newspapers». C’est ce que rapporte le journal britannique en ligne express.co.uk, dans son édition du dimanche 29 mars. 

Selon l'article de express.co.uk, l'OMS a stipulé  que : «The likelihood of an infected person contaminating commercial goods is low and the risk of catching the virus that causes Covid-19 from a package that has been moved, travelled, and exposed to different conditions and temperature is also low».

express.co.uk rapporte au début de l'article que «thousands of people across the UK buy a newspaper or have one delivered every single day. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic causing havoc across the globe, health experts have issued warnings urging members of the public to avoid unnecessarily touching objects which may have come into contact with a large number of people. However, the World Health Organisation [OMS] has confirmed newspapers will not carry the virus». 

Le site d'info ajoute : «Reinforcing the statement, medical practitioner Doctor Hilary Jones said : For public health information right now it's important people have access to information through newspapers».

Vous pouvez ainsi acheter vos journaux en toute tranquillité.

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