COVID‑19 and Health Promoting Hospitals in Iran; What do We Stand?

Mohammad Amin Shahrbaf, Danial Samiei Nasr, Zoya Tavaf Langroudi


To the editor: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19) has been spreading globally since December 2019. At the early pandemic, progressive affected patients and healthcare indicated a lack of proper protective measures and reflected the need for reassessment in the healthcare system and protective measures.[1]


COVID‑19; Health Promoting; Hospitals; Iran

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