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Vancouver Announced Four More Flights With COVID-19 Exposure

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The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control is adding four more flights from YVR Airport to its list of COVID-19 exposures.

BCCDC tweeted the additional information, Saturday morning, showing the first incident happened more than two weeks ago.

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The flights with COVID-19 exposure are:

  • Delta flight 3569 from Vancouver-Seattle on July 10
  • American Airlines flight 1415 from Dallas-Vancouver on July 11
  • Air Canada flight 214 from Vancouver-Calgary on July 12
  • Air Canada Flight 855 from London, U.K.-Vancouver on July 17

BCCDC is urging anyone who was on these flights to self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days after the possible exposure.

People who are arriving in B.C. from international destinations must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.

The government will check in on travellers and may issue hefty fines, which includes up to $750,000 or jail time.

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