The list includes Times Of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, and Mid-Day among others.
Hindustan Times editor Sukumar Ranganathan posted on his Twitter account: “There is no physical edition of HT in Mumbai today on account of restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19 that have made it difficult for our distribution partners to deliver newspapers. There is, however, an e-paper edition at https://t.co/c1y2BpIZFH.”
The Hindi Mumbai posted on its official Twitter handle: “Dear readers, in light of the restrictions implemented in Mumbai to curb the outbreak of #coronavirus, we regret to inform you that your favourite newspaper will not be available in the city on Monday. You can still read us online, and check our Twitter/Facebook handles for regular updates.”
Mid-Day said, “With the state government putting in place restrictions on movement as a precautionary measure to tide over the challenging times we find ourselves in, we are prioritising the safety and well-being of our vendors and deliverymen. We will continue, of course, to bring you credible, verified and well-researched news and entertaining features, Monday through Sunday, like we always have.”