BC CDC identifies 10 more Vancouver flights with COVID-19 exposure

Dec 4 2020, 7:52 am

The BC Centre for Disease Control has identified 10 more flights with COVID-19 cases on board that have passed through BC airports in recent days.

The flights were added to the BC CDC’s list of public exposures between December 1 and 3.

On November 16, Swoop Airlines flight 207 from Edmonton to Abbotsford had a positive case of the virus on board. Rows 7-13 are affected.

On November 17, Air Canada flight 202 from Vancouver to Calgary carried a passenger with COVID-19. The affected rows are 25-29.

The same day, Air Canada flight 225 from Calgary to Vancouver had a confirmed case of the virus on board, with rows 17-23 affected.

On November 19, WestJet flight 188 from Kelowna to Calgary carried a passenger with COVID-19. Rows 14-20 are affected.

On November 20, Delta flight 7131 from Toronto to Vancouver had a positive case of the virus on board. Rows 1-5 are affected.

On November 23, WestJet flight 725 from Toronto to Vancouver reported a coronavirus case. Rows 1-7 are affected.

On November 24, Air Canada flight 234 from Vancouver to Edmonton confirmed a positive case on board, with rows 20-26 affected.

Also on November 24, WestJet Flight 3342 from Calgary to Kelowna reported a positive virus case. Rows 7-13 are affected.

On November 27, Air Canada flight 241 from Edmonton to Vancouver had a confirmed case of COVID-19. Rows 14-20 are affected.

On November 28, WestJet Flight 725 from Toronto to Vancouver carried a passenger with coronavirus. Rows 1-5 are affected.

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