Infection Control Measures and Prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 IgG among 4,554 University Hospital Employees, Munich, Germany
Johanna Erber, Verena Kappler, Bernhard Haller, Hrvoje Mijočević, Ana Galhoz, Clarissa Prazeres da Costa, Friedemann Gebhardt, Natalia Graf, Dieter Hoffmann, Markus Thaler, Elke Lorenz, Hedwig Roggendorf, Florian Kohlmayer, Andreas Henkel, Michael P. Menden, Jürgen Ruland, Christoph D. Spinner, Ulrike Protzer1
, Percy Knolle1
, Paul Lingor1
, and on behalf of the SeCoMRI Study Group2
Author affiliations: University Hospital rechts der Isar, Munich, Germany (J. Erber, V. Kappler, B. Haller, H. Mijočević, C. Prazeres da Costa, F. Gebhardt, N. Graf, D. Hoffmann, M. Thaler, H. Roggendorf, F. Kohlmayer, A. Henkel, J. Ruland, C.D. Spinner, U. Protzer, P. Knolle, P. Lingor); German Center for Infection Research, Munich (J. Erber, D. Hoffmann, J. Ruland, U. Protzer, C.D. Spinner); Helmholtz Zentrum München-German, Neuherberg, Germany (A. Galhoz, M.P. Menden); Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Martinsried, Germany (A. Galhoz, M.P. Menden); German Center for Diabetes Research, Neuherberg (M.P. Menden); Technical University of Munich, Munich (M.P. Menden)
Figure 3. Spatiotemporal trajectories of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2‒infected patients and staff mobility in university hospital, Munich, Germany. A) Cumulative representation of proportions of seropositive staff. B) Cumulative representation of proportions of COVID-19-patients. C) Differences (Δ) for staff and patients between different hospital areas. Difference are indicated by dot plots and assigned to distinct hospital areas. For purposes of discretion of data from study participants, the graphic representation of spatial information is partially distorted. Dashed lines indicate COVID-19‒designated areas in the hospital.
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