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Preventing the spread of COVID-19 through environmental design in Thai community hospitals
Frontiers in Built Environment
The unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19 has had a tremendous negative impact on healthcare facilities, especially public hospitals. Thai community hospitals serve as primary care for COVID-19 patients. However, many hospital buildings were constructed in the 1990s and are now becoming outdated. Community hospitals faced many difficulties during the Thailand COVID-19 outbreak. To identify these difficulties this study focused on the physical settings of the community hospital's outpatientdoi:10.3389/fbuil.2022.947211 fatcat:f6nloihf2ja75mr7jfagfcn4mm