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UPDATE: Another 4 flights added to BC's coronavirus exposure list

(UPDATE: Oct. 1 @ 6 am): Another four flights have been added to BC's regularly updated list of potential COVID-19 exposures in the province.

They are:

  • Sept. 20: Air Canada 127, Toronto to Vancouver
  • Sept. 21: Nippon Airways 116, Tokyo to Vancouver
  • Sept. 21: Air Canada 311, Montreal to Vancouver
  • Sept. 25: Air Canada 45, Delhi to Vancouver

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

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

(UPDATE: Sept. 29 @ 6:25 am): The BCCDC has added four more flights to its list of potential COVID-19 exposures in the province.

They are:

  • Sept. 18: Air Canada 122, Vancouver to Toronto
  • Sept. 19: Air Canada 303, Montreal to Vancouver
  • Sept. 22: Air Canada 304, Vancouver to Montreal
  • Sept. 24: Air Canada 123, Toronto to Vancouver

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

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(Original story: Sept. 28 @ 6:15 am): The BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) has added another three flights to its regularly updated list of potential coronavirus exposures.

They are:

  • September 16: Air India 1143, Delhi to Vancouver

  • September 17: WestJet 725, Toronto to Vancouver

  • September 18: Air Canada 45, Delhi to Vancouver

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

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Thumbnail photo credit: 123RF



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