For all seven flights, Vancouver International Airport was either the point of origin or the destination.
|July 20||Air Canada Flight 305||Montreal to Vancouver||Rows 34 to 37|
|July 24||Air Canada Flight 311||Montreal to Vancouver||Rows 1 to 4, 12 to 14|
|July 27||Air Canada Flight 204||Vancouver to Calgary||Rows 18 to 24|
|July 29||Air Canada Flight 343||Ottawa to Vancouver||Rows 4 and 12 to 17|
|22nd of July||Vol Aeromexico 696||Mexico City to Vancouver||Rows 19 to 25|
|July 23||Air Canada Flight 575||Los Angeles to Vancouver||Rows 15 to 21|
|July 26||Air Canada Flight 007||Vancouver to Hong Kong||Rows 22 to 28|
Anyone sitting in the rows listed is considered to be at a higher risk of contracting the virus.
“Passengers on a domestic flight with a case of COVID-19 should self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days,” BCCDC says on its online public exhibits page, where there is a list of flights affected dating from June.
People seated near a person confirmed to have COVID-19 following a fight will no longer be contacted individually by public health. Instead, the BCCDC says it publishes possible exhibits on its webpage.