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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.
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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