Friday, September 04, 2020

8 flights added to B.C.'s COVID-19 exposure warning list

Vancouver: Another eight flights have been added to B.C.'s COVID-19 exposure warning list.

The BC Centre for Disease Control posted the warnings in two separate tweets.

The domestic flights recently added to the list are:

 Aug. 24 – Flair Air flight 8711 from Vancouver to Prince George then on to Edmonton (rows six to 18 and 26 to 32)
 Aug. 25 – Air Canada flight 128 from Vancouver to Toronto (rows 24 to 32 and 37 to 43)
 Aug. 26 – Air Canada flight 210 from Vancouver to Calgary (rows 13 to 19)
 Aug. 26 – WestJet flight 3100 from Fort St. John to Vancouver (rows 21 to 27)
 Aug. 28 – Air Canada flight 122 from Vancouver to Toronto (rows 18 to 22)
The international flights are:

 Aug. 22 – Air Tahiti flight 68 from Tahiti to Vancouver (rows 36 to 42)
 Aug. 22 – Air Tahiti flight 68 from Vancouver to Paris (rows not reported)
 Aug. 26 – Air India flight 1143 from Delhi to Vancouver (rows not reported)
The BCCDC advises everyone who was on one of these flights to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. Passengers who were seated in the rows specified are at higher risk of contracting the coronavirus due to their proximity to the confirmed case or cases on that flight.
03/09/20 Alyse Kotyk/CTVNews
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