The Canadian government has identified more coronavirus cases on international and domestic flights to and from Toronto in nine days.
According to the Government of Canada, Air Canada flight AC91 from Sao Paulo to Toronto on October 25 had a confirmed case of COVID-19 on board, affecting rows 24 to 30.
Another Air Canada flight that day had a positive case: flight AC953 from Cancun to Toronto, with rows 14 to 20 affected.
Two days later on October 27, Turkish Airlines flight TK17 from Istanbul to Toronto identified a case of the virus on the flight, affecting rows 6 to 12.
On the same day, Air Canada flight AC7610 from Chicago to Toronto reported a positive case. Rows 12 to 18 are affected.
There was a positive case on Air France flight AF356 from Paris to Toronto on October 28, but the affected rows are unknown.
On October 29, Swoop Airlines flight WO643 from Cancun to Toronto reported a coronavirus case, and rows 12 to 18 are affected.
The government also identified six more recent domestic flights to and from Toronto with coronavirus cases.
On October 27, Air Canada flight AC622 from Toronto to Halifax identified a positive case of the virus, affecting rows 12 to 16.
The airline also reported a case on flight AC423 from Montreal to Toronto that day, with rows 30 to 36 affected.
On October 28, WestJet flight WS725 from Toronto to Vancouver reported a case and identified rows 4 to 8 as being affected.
Flair Airlines flight F8101 from Calgary to Toronto on October 30 had a case, but affected rows are unknown.