More passengers on international and domestic flights departing and arriving in Toronto may have been exposed to COVID-19 in recent weeks.
Since July 6, the Government of Canada has reported seven domestic flights in Toronto have had potential coronavirus exposure.
Two Toronto and Vancouver flights were identified on July 13 and on the same day a Toronto to Calgary Flare airlines flight had virus exposure with rows 20 to 26 specifically affected.
And, a Montreal to Toronto bound flight on July 10 was also identified.
On July 9, a flight leaving Pearson Airport and arriving in Saskatoon identified rows 12 to 17 as most affected, while a July 7 Toronto to Edmonton flight with rows 10 to 16 was also known to have virus exposure.
In addition, a YYZ flight to Regina on July 6 with rows 4 to 10 was identified.
Domestic flights with possible coronavirus exposure include:
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Internationally, the Government of Canada has reported 12 Toronto bound flights.
On July 10, two flights, one from London and one from New Delhi, both arrived in the city’s airport with potential coronavirus exposure.
Another New Delhi flight that departed on July 9 also carried the virus with rows 16 to 22 identified.
International flights with possible coronavirus exposure include:
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There were also two flights from Charlotte, North Carolina that landed in Toronto on July 6 and July 7 respectively.
As well as a flight from Zurich on July 9, and Frankfurt on July 7.
The Canadian government also identified flights from Chicago, Dubai, Addis Ababa, Qatar, and Washington.
The flight information comes from provincial, territorial health, and international health authorities and public websites. Updates are provided to locations once a day.
The federal government emphasizes that any passenger recently returning to Canada must self-isolate for 14 days. This is mandatory whether or not symptoms are present.
In Toronto, there are a total of 15,144 cases with 13,498 recovered and 1,137 reported deaths.