More domestic and international flights arriving and departing from Toronto have been identified as carrying COVID-19 cases.
According to the Government of Canada, two more domestic flights touching down at Toronto Person International Airport have carried the virus in recent weeks.
On July 26, WestJet flight WS658 departed from Calgary and landed in Toronto with passengers in rows 15 to 21 most exposed to coronavirus.
And on the same day, another Westjet flight, WS3123, departing from YYZ and landing in Thunder Bay identified rows 26 to 32 as being the most exposed.
Internationally, more flights have been identified since July 24, including an Air Canada flight, AC849 from London to Toronto, and another by the airlines on July 25 departing from Frankfurt — AC873.
That same day, an Air India flight — AI187 — left New Delhi with passengers in rows 38 to 45 most exposed and a flight with Qatar Airlines, QR767 also arrived in Toronto on July 25 with COVID-19 cases.
Another Air India flight, AC187, had virus exposure which arrived in Toronto from New Delhi on July 28. Also that day, an American Airlines flight, AA4901, arrived from Philadelphia with passengers in rows two to 14 most exposed.
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.