The BC Centre for Disease Control has named another flight that landed at Vancouver International Airport as a risk for coronavirus exposure.
At least one passenger who subsequently tested positive for COVID-19 was on board Delta flight 3898 from Seattle to Vancouver on July 29. People seated in rows 10 to 16 are at the most risk of exposure, according to the BC CDC.
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Everyone who took that flight is asked to monitor for coronavirus symptoms for 14 days after exposure, and to get tested and self-isolate if they feel sick.
The BC CDC keeps an up-to-date list of all flights passing through the province where there was a risk of coronavirus exposure.
The following flights have so far been identified for having coronavirus-positive passengers on board: