A new flight from Moncton, New Brunswick to Montreal has been added to the Government of Canada’s list of flights with coronavirus exposure.
Someone who tested positive for COVID-19 was on board the July 27 Air Canada flight AC8903 that departed Moncton and landed in Montreal.
Those seated in rows one to six have been advised to monitor for symptoms.
The Government of Canada keeps an updated list of domestic and international flights where there was potential exposure to coronavirus.
The coronavirus incubation period can last up to 14 days, so people in the affected rows should monitor for symptoms until two weeks after their flight.