Over 20 Toronto flights identified with confirmed COVID-19 cases

Dec 15 2020, 2:11 pm

The Canadian government has identified several COVID-19 cases on international and domestic flights to and from Toronto since early last week.

According to the Government of Canada site, 10 new dates have been added over the past weekend.

On December 6, Air Canda flight AC849 from London to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 58 to 64.

That same day, Air Canada flight AC1755 from Cunagua/Cayo Coco to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard. They identified affected rows 29 to 35.

On December 9, Emirates flight AK242 from Toronto to Dubai confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard; however, affected rows were unable to be identified.

On December 10, Delta Airlines flight DL 4664 from Detriot to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard, but affected rows were unable to be identified.

That same day, American Airlines flight AA5586 from Philadelphia to Toronto confirmed a case onboard and identified affected rows one to four.

An Air Canada flight, AC873, from Frankfurt to Toronto on December 10 confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard, identifying affected rows 10 to 16.

On December 11, an Air India flight, AI187, from Delhi to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 49 to 55.

That same day, Air Canada flight AC1625 from Fort Lauderdale to Toronto confirmed a case of the virus on board and identified affected rows one to six.

On December 11, an Air Canada flight, AC873, from Frankfurt to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard. They identified affected rows 19 to 25.

On December 12, Air Canada flight AC848 from Toronto to London confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 31 to 34.

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Canadian Government

The government also identified 12 more domestic flights to and from Toronto with a confirmed case onboard.

On December 8, Air Canada flight AC124 from Vancouver to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 18 to 24.

On December 9, a WestJet flight WS254 from Toronto to Halifax confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard. They identified affected rows 15 to 21.

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Canadian Government

On December 9, Air Canada/Jazz flight AC8210 from Toronto to Sydney confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 22 to 27.

That same day, WestJet flight WS670 from Calgary to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard. They identified affected rows 12 to 18.

Another Calgary to Toronto flight, AC144 with Air Canada, confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard that same day. Affected rows 20 to 26 were identified.

On December 10, Air Canada flight AC163 from Toronto to Edmonton confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 30 to 36.

Another flight on December 10, Air Canada flight AC241 from Vancouver to Toronto, confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 12 to 18.

On December 11, WestJet flight WS652 from Calgary to Toronto confirmed a case on the flight and identified affected rows 15 to 21.

That same day, Air Canada flight AC128 from Vancouver to Toronto confirmed a case on board and identified affected rows 20 to 26 and 32 to 38.

Another Air Canada flight, AC115, from Toronto to Vancouver confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard that same day. They identified affected rows as 23 to 28.

On December 12, Air Canada flight AC268 from Winnipeg to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 17 to 23.

On December 13, Air Canada flight AC414 from Toronto to Montreal confirmed a COVID-19 case onboard and identified affected rows 36 to 42.

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Canadian Government

“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.

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