Two more flights heading to Vancouver have been added to the Government of Canada’s list of routes with potential coronavirus exposure.
The first flight from Calgary to Vancouver International Airport landed on October 17. It was WestJet’s WS 319 flight and the infected person was sitting somewhere between row 1 and row 7.
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The second flight from Hamilton, Ontario landed at the Abbotsford International Airport on October 19. It was Swoop’s flight WO 107 and the government hasn’t disclosed where the infected individual was sitting.
All passengers on these flights should monitor for coronavirus symptoms for 14 days after exposure. Common symptoms include fever, cough, aches and pains, shortness of breath, and loss of taste or smell.