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Volume 26, Number 7—July 2020
Dispatch

Aerosol and Surface Distribution of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 in Hospital Wards, Wuhan, China, 2020

Zhen-Dong Guo1, Zhong-Yi Wang1, Shou-Feng Zhang1, Xiao Li, Lin Li, Chao Li, Yan Cui, Rui-Bin Fu, Yun-Zhu Dong, Xiang-Yang Chi, Meng-Yao Zhang, Kun Liu, Cheng Cao, Bin Liu, Ke Zhang, Yu-Wei GaoComments to Author , Bing LuComments to Author , and Wei ChenComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Academy of Military Medical Sciences, Beijing, China (Z.-D. Guo, Z.-Y. Wang, S.-F. Zhang, X. Li, L. Li, Y.-Z. Dong, X.-Y. Chi, M.-Y. Zhang, C. Cao, K. Zhang, Y.-W. Gao, B. Lu, W. Chen); Institute of Medical Support Technology, Institute of Systems Engineering, Academy of Military Sciences, Tianjin, China (C. Li); Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital, Wuhan, China (Y. Cui, R.-B. Fu, B. Liu); Central Theater General Hospital, Wuhan (K. Liu)

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Figure 1

Layout of the intensive care unit (ICU) (A) and general ward (B) at Huoshenshan Hospital, Wuhan, China. For the ICU, the order of dressing is dressing room 1, dressing room 2, and dressing room 3; the order of undressing is dressing room 4, dressing room 5, and dressing room 6. The isolation ward of ICU is a large floor space with 15 cubicles (each with a patient bed) along the 2 opposite perimeters. Each cubicle is open to the central open area without any partition. For the general ward, the o

Figure 1. Layout of the intensive care unit (ICU) (A) and general ward (B) at Huoshenshan Hospital, Wuhan, China. For the ICU, the order of dressing is dressing room 1, dressing room 2, and dressing room 3; the order of undressing is dressing room 4, dressing room 5, and dressing room 6. The isolation ward of ICU is a large floor space with 15 cubicles (each with a patient bed) along the 2 opposite perimeters. Each cubicle is open to the central open area without any partition. For the general ward, the order of dressing is dressing room 1, dressing room 2, and dressing room 3; the order of undressing is dressing room 4, dressing room 5, and buffer room 1. The contaminated area of the general ward contains a patient corridor, and the 1-sided cubicles are all enclosed with door access to the corridor.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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