11 flights to and from Toronto identified with confirmed coronavirus cases

Sep 14 2020, 12:58 pm

Several cases of COVID-19 have been identified by the Canadian government on domestic and international flights to and from Toronto last week.

Eleven more flights were recently listed on the government website.

According to the government flight log, Air Canada flight AC7947 from Toronto to Regina had a confirmed case of coronavirus on September 6, with affected rows identified three to 16.

Two days later, WestJet flight WS440 from Edmonton to Toronto identified affected rows four to eight.

That same day, Air Transat flight TS863 From Calgary to Toronto identified affected rows nine to 15.

Another Air Canada flight on September 8, flight AC122 from Vancouver to Toronto, identified affected rows 15 to 21.

On September 9, Air Canada flight AC122 From Vancouver to Toronto identified affected rows 38 to 42.

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Government of Canada

As for international flights, the government of Canada identified six arriving in Toronto with confirmed COVID-19 cases.

On September 5, Air Canada flight AC43 from Delhi to Toronto identified affected rows one to four and 18 to 20.

That same day, Air Canada flight AC873 from Frankfurt to Toronto identified affected rows 57 to 63.

On September 6, Lufthansa flight LH470 from Frankfurt to Toronto identified affected rows 30 to 35.

AeroMexico flight AM616 From Mexico City to Toronto on September 6 identified affected rows one to four.

Air Canada flight AC43 from Dehli to Toronto had a confirmed case of coronavirus on September 7; however, affected rows are unknown.

The next day, on September 8, Turkish Airlines flight TK17 from Istanbul to Toronto identified affected rows 14 to 20.

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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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