The BC Centre for Disease Control has flagged two more flights in the province over coronavirus exposure on board.
The agency tweeted Thursday that a coronavirus-positive person was on board WestJet flight 538 from Victoria to Calgary on July 29. People in rows five to 11 should monitor themselves for symptoms until 14 days after exposure.
The BC CDC also said those on United Airlines flight 375 from San Francisco to Vancouver on August 1 were in proximity to someone with coronavirus. On that flight, people in rows 25 to 29 were closest to the passenger.
Two flights added to the exposures page today: https://t.co/iqdR374TyU
– July 29: WestJet Flight 538, Victoria to Calgary
– August 1: United Airlines Flight 375, San Francisco to Vancouver pic.twitter.com/yPuyMnopNm
— BCCDC (@CDCofBC) August 6, 2020
The BC CDC keeps updated lists of flights with coronavirus exposure on its website.