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Possible COVID-19 exposures identified on 2 more BC flights

The BC Centre for Disease Control has identified another pair of COVID-19 exposures on two BC flights.

According to the BC CDC, a flight from Vancouver to Calgary and another from Ottawa to Vancouver contained passengers that tested positive for COVID-19.

Those who took Air Canada flight 204 on July 27 may need to self-isolate and monitor for virus symptoms. The affected rows were 18 to 24.

<Who> Photo Credit: Air Canada

On July 29, Air Canada flight 343 had two potential passengers test positive. The affected rows for that flight included row 4 as well as rows 12 to 17.

Since June 3, Air Canada has had 11 domestic flights with passengers who tested positive for COVID-19. They are followed by WestJet who's had seven, and Flair, which has had only one case.

For a full list of flights with COVID-19 exposures, click here.



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