10 more Toronto flights identified with confirmed COVID-19 cases

Dec 7 2020, 1:30 pm

The Canadian government has identified 10 more COVID-19 cases on international and domestic flights to and from Toronto in the last few days.

According to the Government of Canada, on November 29, Air Canada flight AC849 from London to Toronto confirmed a positive case of coronavirus on the flight, identifying affected rows 17 to 23.

That same day, another Air Canada flight, AC91 from Sao Paulo to Toronto, confirmed a case of the virus on the flight. The affected rows were identified as 33 to 39.

On November 30, Air Canada/Sky Regional flight AC7491 from New York to Toronto confirmed a case on board and identified affected rows one to four.

On December 2, Turkish Airlines TK17 from Istanbul to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case on board, identifying affected rows 37 to 43.

The same day, on December 2, an Air Canada/Sky Regional flight AC7491 from New York to Toronto confirmed a case on board and identified affected rows one to four.

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Government of Canada

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

On November 28, Air Canada flight AC111 from Toronto to Vancouver reported a positive case onboard its flight, identifying affected rows 16 to 21.

The next day, WestJet flight WS662 from Calgary to Toronto reported a confirmed COVID-19 case on board, identifying affected rows 21 to 27.

On November 30, an Air Canada/Jazz flight AC7944 from Regina to Toronto reported a confirmed case of the virus on board. They identified affected rows 20 to 26.

That same day, an Air Canada flight AC111 from Toronto to Vancouver reported a case on board and identified affected rows 34 to 40.

On December 2, an Air Canada flight AC163 from Toronto to Edmonton confirmed a case on board and identified affected rows 19 to 25.

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Government of Canada

“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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