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Volume 28, Number 12—December 2022

Probable Aerosol Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 through Floors and Walls of Quarantine Hotel, Taiwan, 2021

Hsin-Yi Wei, Cheng-Ping Chang, Ming-Tsan Liu, Jung-Jung Mu, Yu-Ju Lin, Yu-Tung Dai, and Chia-ping Su
Author affiliations: Taiwan Centers for Disease Control, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taipei, Taiwan (H.-Y. Wei, M.-T. Liu, J.-J. Mu, Y.-J. Lin, C.-p. Su); Chang Jung Christian University, Tainan, Taiwan (C.-P. Chang, Y.-T. Dai)

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Concentrations of TVOC measured by detector in specific rooms of a quarantine hotel in Taiwan, December 2021*

Room no.Baseline TVOC, mg/m3Read time from release in room 510, minTVOC, mg/m3)

*Ethanol (75%) was used as the indicator for detection of TVOC. TVOC, total volatile organic compounds.

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