B.C. has added two more flights with COVID-19 exposure to its growing list of cases.
The B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) listed the two flights between July 24-26th to its website on Wednesday.
The following flights with COVID-19 exposure are:
- Air Canada flight 311 from Montreal to YVR – July 24
- Air Canada flight 007 from Vancouver to Hong Kong – July 26
At least one person on each flight has a confirmed case of COVID-19. Anyone who was on either of these trips should self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days.
So far there have been 13 international flights and 13 domestic flights, involving B.C. airports this month, that have had cases of COVID-19 on board.
Compared to June, the BCCDC issued notices about public exposure on just three international flights and four domestic flights.
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