Three more flights have been added to the COVID-19 exposure list by the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).
Among the warnings are two domestic flights and one international flight from last month.
The BCCDC is notifying anyone who may have flown to or from Vancouver and Edmonton, Amsterdam and Toronto in July 2020 that they may be at risk of exposure.
Among the exposure warnings is Air Canada Flight #119 from Toronto to Vancouver on July 24. Affected rows are 12 to 18.
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WestJet Flight #186 from Vancouver to Edmonton on July 27 is also on the list. Affected rows are two to eight.
A warning was also issued for international KLM Flight #681 on July 29 from Amsterdam to Vancouver. Affected rows are 31 to 35.
More than 20 international flights and over 17 domestic flights have been identified with exposure to coronavirus since July.
The full list can be found online.