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Coronavirus: No newspapers to be delivered in Guwahati till March 31

Amid Coronavirus pandemic, distribution of newspapers will be suspended from Tuesday. The citizens of Guwahati will not be able to read the newspapers till March 31. All Guwahati Newspapers Hawkers

Amid Coronavirus pandemic, distribution of newspapers will be suspended from Tuesday. The citizens of Guwahati will not be able to read the newspapers till March 31.

All Guwahati Newspapers Hawkers Association has taken the decision as a preventive measure against Coronavirus. The suspension of newspaper distribution has already been suspended in several other cities of the country.

On the other hand, all print media houses in Mumbai have suspended publishing and distribution of their print editions from today. The Times of India Group has stopped the publication of its Mumbai editions. Sachin Kalbag, executive editor, Hindustan Times, tweeted that there will be no physical edition of Hindustan Times in Mumbai today on account of the restrictions.

Other newspapers too like Mid-Day, The Indian Express and The Hindu have announced on Twitter that the print editions of their publications will not be distributed in Mumbai today.

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First Published: 23rd March, 2020 16:28 IST

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