There are several ways for transmitting the SARS-CoV-2 virus to humans, and one of these ways is the contact with infected surfaces . Fuel stations have been a major concern for people and health experts due to the frequent use of common nozzles . This study was performed to identify the COVID-19 virus in the nozzles of fuel supply stations . In the current research, 25 fuel supply stations along the main street ways were investigated to recognize Coronavirus infection on the surfaces of the nozzles . For each fuel supply station , 4 nozzles were chosen (a total of 100 samples). The sampling was carried out at two periods of time, that is, before and after quarantine restrictions . Swapping was used for surface sampling, and Real-time PCR was used to determine the positive and negative results . The results showed that out of nine fuel supply stations (36 samples of nozzle surfaces), five were positive for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 on the nozzle surfaces before the corona restriction . The results showed that in the conditions after corona restriction, all samples were negative in terms of the presence of SARS-CoV-2 on the surfaces of the nozzles . In spite of the fact that gas stations can be one of the foremost inclined places for the transmission and spread of coronavirus due to the nearness and visit of individuals, but through the observance of health behaviors and implementing some procedures, cutting the transmission chain in gas stations can be facilitated.