BC CDC flags 18 flights for COVID-19 exposure in two days

Apr 25 2021, 12:41 pm

The BC Centre for Disease Control has identified 18 more flights with COVID-19 cases on board that have passed through British Columbia’s airports in recent days.

The flights were added to the BC CDC’s list of public exposures on April 23 and 24.

The agency is warning travellers who were on the affected flights to monitor for symptoms for 14 days.

  • April 12: Air Canada/Jazz flight 8622, Vancouver to Winnipeg – rows 19 to 25
  • April 13: Air Canada flight 306, Vancouver to Montreal – rows 27 to 32
  • April 14: Air Canada flight 45, Delhi to Vancouver – rows 1 to 6, 12 to 14,
    18 to 28, and 41 to 46
  • April 14: WestJet flight 3171, Calgary to Comox – rows 14 to 20
  • April 14: WestJet flight 3109, Calgary to Nanaimo – rows 5 to 18
  • April 15: Air Canada/Jazz flight 8398, Vancouver to Kelowna – rows 1 to 7
  • April 16: Air Canada flight 215, Calgary to Vancouver – rows 13 to 19
  • April 16: Sunwing flight 2860, Mexico City to Vancouver – rows 16 to 22
  • April 16, WestJet flight 3287, Vancouver to Prince George – rows 1 to 7
  • April 17: Air Canada flight 45, Delhi to Vancouver – rows 20 to 26, 24 to 30
    and, 34 to 40
  • April 18: Air Canada flight 45, Delhi to Vancouver – rows 18 to 23, 20 to 30,
    31 to 34, and 54 to 60
  • April 18: Air Canada 123, Toronto to Vancouver – rows 19 to 25
  • April 19: Air Canada flight 127, Toronto to Vancouver – rows 24 to 30
  • April 19: Air India flight 185, Delhi to Vancouver – rows 19 to 25
  • April 20: Air Canada flight 241, Edmonton to Vancouver – rows 21 to 27
  • April 20: Air Canada/Jazz flight 8261, Vancouver to Nanaimo – rows 3 to 9
  • April 21, Air Canada flight 45, Delhi to Vancouver – rows 12 to 14, 23 to 30,
    and 32 to 46
  • April 21: Air Canada flight 185, Delhi to Vancouver – rows have not been reported

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