Mobile offices have continued to play a big role in how the United States and Canada have responded to COVID-19. Now more than a year since the pandemic began in North America, mobile offices continue to support U.S. and Canadian COVID-19 response, relief and research efforts by providing immediate, temporary space for essential workers, researchers and frontline healthcare providers.
Unlike costly conventional construction that can take years to finish, the quick build time and versatile nature of mobile offices has made them a popular building solution during COVID-19, helping 7 major industries with changing pandemic needs. Below are a few ways mobile offices have helped aid the fight against COVID-19 in the U.S. and Canada.
Pandemic Command Centers
To help monitor the ongoing pandemic and testing center operations, many government organizations are using mobile offices as their base command centers.
Hospital Overflow Space
Hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada have relied heavily on mobile offices and other flexible modular buildings for additional testing rooms and triage divisions to help patients receive the best available care.
Testing and Screening Sites
Hundreds of public and private COVID-19 testing sites and temperature screening facilities, created with mobile offices, have been quickly set up to help communities and organizations stay safe.
Socially Distant Work Areas
Mobile offices have been used to quickly add 6 feet of social distancing space to jobsite, office and manufacturing plant’s work lunchrooms, break areas, locker rooms, guard houses, dormitories and other common areas.
School and Classroom Support
School administrators, from pre-k to universities, have installed mobile offices and portable classrooms on campus to add extra space for social distancing in classrooms, hallways, break areas, admin offices and lunchrooms for safer in-person and hybrid teaching.
Vaccine Research and Development
With the rush to find a vaccine for COVID-19, many pharmaceutical companies, research centers and healthcare workers are using mobile offices to conduct their ongoing research and development efforts.
Rapid Vaccine Rollout Operations
In preparation for approved vaccine rollouts, the U.S. and Canada used mobile offices to help set up vaccination centers for public deployment of approved vaccines.
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