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2020년 코로나바이러스감염증-19 유행 상황에서 서울시 다중이용 시설 및 실외에서의 마스크 착용 행태

Mask-wearing Characteristics an COVID-19 in Indoor and Outdoor Environments in Seoul in 2020

한국환경보건학회지 2020년 46권 6호 p.750 ~ 756
강소현, 곽수영, Bataa Altangerel, 김동현, 정영덕, 신지윤, 이기영,
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강소현 ( Kang So-Hyun ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Sciences
곽수영 ( Guak Soo-Young ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Sciences
 ( Bataa Altangerel ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Sciences
김동현 ( Kim Dong-Hyun ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Sciences
정영덕 ( Jung Young-Deok ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Built Environment System and Technology Lab
신지윤 ( Shin Ji-Yoon ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Built Environment System and Technology Lab
이기영 ( Lee Ki-Young ) - Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Sciences

Abstract


Objectives: After coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic, the South Korean government announced guidelines on wearing masks to prevent its spread. The guidelines have changed depending on the severity of the spread of COVID-19. This study aimed to identify mask-wearing behaviours to counter the spread of COVID-19 in indoor and outdoor environments.

Methods: The type of mask worn and proper wearing were observed in cafes, supermarkets, underground shopping malls, and streets in Seoul. Behavioral assessment was repeated in August at social distancing levels 1 and 2, in October at social distancing level 1, and in November after the mask mandates.

Results: In August, 22.1% of subjects in cafes, 90.8% in supermarkets, 91.8% in underground shopping malls, and 83.6% on outdoor streets wore masks properly. In October, the proportion of correct wearers increased in all locations. After masks became mandatory in November, about 97% of users of supermarkets, underground shopping malls, and streets wore masks properly. In cafes, the proportion of proper wearers was 61.5% with both social distancing level 2 in August and the mandate in November. The number of KF-certified mask wearers continued to increase from August to November.

Conclusion: This study investigated mask-wearing behaviors to counter COVID-19 through observations in indoor and outdoor places in Seoul. Mask-wearing behavior was different depending on the place and the government guidelines in place. The results could be used for evaluation of the current guidelines for COVID-19.

키워드

Mask wearing; KF mask; surgical mask; social distancing; mask mandates; COVID-19

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