The Government of Canada alerted the public Sunday to three more domestic flights where passengers were exposed to COVID-19.
Everyone in the affected rows is advised to watch for coronavirus symptoms for 14 days after their exposure.
The most recent flight with coronavirus exposure was Air Canada flight AC 343 from Ottawa to Vancouver on July 29. The affected rows were: row four and rows 12 to 17.
Passengers aboard Air Canada flight AC394 from Calgary to Ottawa on July 27 seated in rows 19 to 25 are also at risk of coronavirus exposure.
Finally, passengers on Air Canada flight AC204 from Vancouver to Calgary on July 27 in rows 18 to 24 are also asked to watch for symptoms.
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The Government of Canada keeps an up-to-date list of recent domestic and international flights with potential coronavirus exposure.