B.C. health officials have added international and domestic flights to a growing list of those with possible COVID-19 exposures.
The BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) made the latest announcement Monday, which included three international and 10 domestic flights.
The affected domestic flights include:
- WestJet flight WS171 from Edmonton-Vancouver on Aug. 9 (rows 23 to 29)
- WestJet flight WS123 from Vancouver-Calgary on Aug. 8 (rows 25 to 30)
- Flair flight 8101 from Vancouver-Calgary on Aug. 3 (rows 20 to 26)
- Swoop flight 202 from Abbotsford-Edmonton on Aug. 2 (rows not reported)
- WestJet flight WS141 from Edmonton on Aug. 10 (rows 17 to 23)
- Air Canada flight AC243 from Edmonton on Aug. 9 (rows two to four, and 12 to 15)
- WestJet flight WS171 from Edmonton on Aug. 9 (rows 23 to 29)
- Air Canada flight AC116 Vancouver-Toronto on Aug. 11 (rows 39 to 45)
- WestJet flight WS720 Vancouver-Toronto on Aug. 11 (rows four to 11)
- Air Canada flight AC116 Vancouver-Toronto on Aug. 10 (rows seven to 13)
International flights on the list include:
- Air India flight AI143 Delhi-Vancouver on Aug. 9 (rows unknown)
- AeroMexico flight AM696 Mexico City-Vancouver on Aug. 7 (rows 14 to 20)
- Lufthansa flight LH492 from Frankfurt-Vancouver on Aug. 5 (rows 19 to 25)
Any passengers who were on these flights is advised to self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days. Anyone who arrived in Canada from international flights must self-isolate.
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