Three more Vancouver-Toronto flights identified for coronavirus exposure

Sep 24 2020, 12:31 am

The Government of Canada has added more flights between Toronto and Vancouver to its list of routes with potential coronavirus exposure.

Anyone who was on these flights should monitor for symptoms for 14 days after travel, and get tested if they develop symptoms.

WestJet’s WS706 flight from Vancouver to Toronto on September 17 was carrying someone with coronavirus on board. Information about where they were sitting has not been released.

Also on September 17, Air Transat’s TS932 flight from Toronto to Vancouver had someone with coronavirus sitting between row 4 and row 9.

On September 19, Air Canada’s flight AC128 from Vancouver to Toronto carried a coronavirus-positive passenger seated somewhere between row 31 and 35.

The federal government updates their list of coronavirus flight exposures every day, so people who travelled recently can check if their flight had a person who was contagious on board.

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