11 Toronto flights identified with confirmed COVID-19 cases

Jan 21 2021, 1:59 pm

The Canadian government has identified 11 more COVID-19 cases on international and domestic flights to and from Toronto in the last few days.

According to the Government of Canada website, on January 16, Air Canada flight AC849 from London to Toronto reported a positive case on board the flight and identified affected rows 53 to 59.

That same day, Air Canada flight AC953 from Cancun to Toronto reported a COVID-19 case but was unable to identify affected rows.

On January 17, WestJet flight WS2661 from Montego Bay to Toronto reported a positive COVID-19 case on board the flight and identified affected rows 11 to 17.

That same day, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight KL691 from Amsterdam to Toronto reported a positive COVID-19 case on board and identified affected rows 16 to 22.

Also that same day, Air Transat flight TS373 from Montego Bay to Toronto reported a case on board and identified affected rows 28 to 34.

Air Canada flight AC790 from Los Angeles to Toronto also reported a positive case on board the flight on January 17. They identified affected rows two to eight.

On January 18, Egypt Air flight MS995 from Cairo to Toronto reported a positive COVID-19 case on board and identified affected rows 23 to 29.

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As for domestic flights, on January 16, Air Canada flight AC173 from Toronto to Edmonton reported a positive case on board and identified affected rows as 27 to 33.

The same day, Air Canada flight AC423 from Montreal to Toronto reported a positive case on board the flight and identified affected rows 27 to 33 and 35 to 41.

On January 17, Air Canada flight AC405 from Montreal to Toronto reported a positive case on board and identified affected rows 10 to 16.

That same day, Air Canada flight AC103 from Toronto to Vancouver reported a positive case on board and identified affected rows 35 to 41.

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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.

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