New COVID-19 confirmed in Algoma

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PRESS RELEASE
ALGOMA PUBLIC HEALTH
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Algoma Public Health reports a new case of COVID-19 in a resident of the district of Algoma.

Details of the confirmed case:

Case # Gender Age Exposure category Status Tested
Case # 7 70 years old woman International travel Self-insulating March 31, 2020

Details of the flights or cruise ships concerned:

Flight information for March 23, 2020:

• London (United Kingdom) to Toronto Pearson International Airport on Air Canada flight AC 869. Passengers in rows 18-22 and flight crew members who were able to serve these rows are considered to be close contacts of the confirmed case.
• From Toronto to Greater Sudbury Airport on Air Canada AC 8611. Passengers in rows 14 to 18 and the flight crew members who were able to serve these rows are considered to be close contacts of the confirmed case.
• These people, in addition to all those who have traveled outside of Canada, must self-isolate for 14 days from their arrival in Canada. If you have traveled to Canadian or Ontario communities outside of Algoma, especially to places where COVID-19 is spread locally, stay home for 14 days.

The Public Health Agency of Canada publishes information on exposures to COVID-19 on flights, cruise ships and mass gatherings.

Learn more about COVID-19 in Algoma.

Visit the Ontario website for more information on the province’s response to COVID-19.

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