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The BC Centre for Disease Control has identified four more flights with COVID-19 exposures.
Of those, two departed from Kelowna earlier this month.
Today we added four flights with exposures :— BCCDC (@CDCofBC) July 16, 2020
• July 2: West Jet – Kelowna to Calgary
• July 5: Korean Air – Incheon to Vancouver
• July 5: West Jet – Vancouver to Edmonton
• July 5: West Jet – Kelowna to Edmonton
More details available here: https://t.co/785ybAvmcn
The first is a WestJet flight to Calgary on July 2, while the other is a WestJet flight to Edmonton on July 5.
Anyone that was on these flights is advised to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days following the flight.
For the Calgary flight, tomorrow marks the 14 day mark since the travel day, while there’s just four more days until passengers on the Edmonton flight hit that mark.
On Monday, the BCCDC issued a warning about a possible COVID-19 exposure on an Air Canada flight from Kelowna to Vancouver.
There’s no specific information as to where the infected passenger was seated on any of the three flights out of Kelowna International Airport.
For more information on flights that have been identified as having passengers with COVID-19 on board, click this link.
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