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UPDATE: BCCDC adds 5 more flights to list of possible COVID-19 exposures

(UPDATE: Sept. 16 @ 5:30 am): The BCCDC has added five more flights to its list of potential COVID-19 exposures.

They are:

  • Sept. 3: Air Canada 116, Vancouver to Toronto
  • Sept. 6: Air Transat 771, Vancouver to Montreal
  • Sept. 6: United Airlines 5351, San Francisco to Vancouver
  • Sept. 8: Air Canada 116, Vancouver to Toronto
  • Sept. 13: Air Canada 112, Vancouver to Toronto

<who> Photo credit: BCCDC </who> The list of recently affected domestic flights.

The authority also issued a flight number correction for the following flight:

  • Sept. 1: Lufthansa 492, Frankfurt to Vancouver

Passengers on the affected flights are urged to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days.

<who> Photo credit: BCCDC </who> The list of recently affected international flights.

Anyone who has travelled outside of Canada is required to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days, the BCCDC explained.

For more, click here.

(UPDATE: Sept. 15 @ 5:50 am): Another three flights – all of them domestic – have been added to the BCCDC's list of potential COVID-19 exposures.

They are:

  • Sept. 4: Air Canada 242, Vancouver to Edmonton
  • Sept. 5: Air Transat 771, Vancouver to Montreal
  • Sept. 8: Air Transat 932, Toronto to Vancouver

<who> Photo credit: BCCDC </who> Recently affected domestic flights.

Passengers on the affected flights are urged to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days.

Anyone who has travelled outside of Canada is required to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days, the BCCDC explained.

<who> Photo credit: BCCDC </who> Recently affected international flights.

For more, click here.

(Original story: Sept. 14 @ 5:50 am): Two more flights have been added to the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) list of potential COVID-19 exposures.

They are:

  • September 9: Air Canada 122, Vancouver to Toronto
  • September 6: Air Canada 305, Montreal to Vancouver

<who> Photo credit: BCCDC </who> Recently affected domestic flights.

Passengers on the affected flights are urged to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days.

Anyone who has travelled outside of Canada is required to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days, the BCCDC explained.

<who> Photo credit: BCCDC </who> Recently affected international flights.

For more, click here.



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