A number of coronavirus cases have been identified by the Canadian government on domestic and international flights to and from Toronto.
According to the Government of Canada, three more domestic flights have confirmed COVID-19 cases as of September 27.
WestJet flight WS328 from Toronto to St. John’s had a confirmed case of coronavirus on September 21, with affected rows identified 12 to 18.
The same day, WestJet flight WS306 from Winnipeg to Toronto identified affected rows 17 to 23 on September 21.
On September 22, Air Canada flight AC423 from Montreal to Toronto also confirmed a case onboard a flight, but affected rows are unknown.
Five more international flights have confirmed COVID-19 cases as of September 28 along with the previously mentioned Toronto to Kingston, Georgetown to Toronto, and Delhi to Toronto flights.
Air Canada flight AC1231 flight from Cancun to Toronto identified affected rows 20 to 26 on September 18.
On September 19, Tap Air Portugal flight TP259 from Lisbon to Toronto confirmed a case with affected rows six to 12.
The same day, Air Transat flight TS893 from Cancun to Toronto also confirmed a case on board a flight with affected rows 17 to 23.
Air Canada flight AC7724 from Houston to Toronto identified affected rows 24 to 27 on September 20.
Air France flight AF351 from Toronto to Paris on September 22 identified affected rows 15 to 21.
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“If you have recently returned to Canada, you must quarantine for 14 days from the date you arrived in Canada. This is mandatory, whether or not you have symptoms,” the government’s website reads.
For up-to-date information or to see if your flight was affected, visit the Government of Canada’s website.