The Canadian government has identified more COVID-19 cases on both international and domestic flights to and from Toronto last week.
According to the Government of Canada, on November 26, Air Canada flight AC848 from Toronto to London reported a case on board, identifying affected rows 38 to 44.
The government also identified 10 more domestic flights to and from Toronto with a coronavirus case onboard.
On November 23, WestJet flight WS442 from Edmonton to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case on board, identifying affected rows one to five.
The same day, WestJet flight WS658 from Calgary to Toronto confirmed a case of the virus onboard, identifying affected rows one to seven.
On November 23, Air Canada flight AC144 flying from Calgary to Toronto confirmed a case on board and identified affected rows to be 22 to 28.
The last Air Canada flight that same day, AC405 from Montreal to Toronto also reported a COVID-19 case onboard. The rows have not been identified.
The next day, on November 24, a WestJet flight WS436 from Edmonton to Toronto confirmed a case on board, identifying affected rows one to six.
An Air Canada flight AC404 on November 24 from Toronto to Montreal also confirmed a COVID-19 case however the affected rows have not been identified.
Two days later, on November 26, an Air Canada/Sky Regional Airlines flight AC7462 from Toronto to Charlottetown confirmed a case on the flight, identifying affected rows 12 to 18.
Air Canada flight AC423 from Montreal to Toronto also confirmed a case on board, identifying affected rows 36 to 42.
That same day, another Air Canada flight AC121 from Toronto to Vancouver confirmed a COVID-19 case on the flight and identified rows 22 to 28.
The last flight reported on November 26 was an Air Canada flight AC259 from Toronto to Winnipeg, identifying affected rows 25 to 31.
“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.