Scientists say the risk of catching Covid-19 from reading the paper is extremely small.
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Health chiefs from the World Health Organization have also stressed it is still safe to have your favourite papers delivered.
Virologist George Lomonossoff said: "Newspapers are pretty sterile because of the way they are printed and the process they've been through.
"Traditionally, people have eaten fish and chips out of them for that reason.
"The chances [of catching the virus] are infinitesimal."
TV doctor Hillary Jones has also urged Brits to continue to read papers.
He said yesterday: "For public health information right it's important people have access to information through newspapers."