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The BC Public Health Authority has listed six other domestic flights in British Columbia where passengers may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus.
Here are the latest flights affected:
August 17: Air Canada Flight 122, Vancouver to Toronto – unmarked lines
August 24: Flair Flight 8711, Vancouver to Edmonton – rows 12-18
August 21: Air Canada Flight 8212, Prince George to Vancouver – rows 6 to 12
August 23: Air Canada Flight 128, Vancouver to Toronto – rows 19 to 25
August 23: Swoop Flight 141, Hamilton to Abbotsford – rows 17 to 23
August 24: WestJet flight 138, Vancouver to Edmonton – undeclared lines
Those on board flights, especially those in affected rows, should watch for symptoms and contact a healthcare practitioner at the onset of symptoms and self-isolate immediately.
The BC CDC says travel outside of Canada is not recommended at this time. All passengers who have traveled outside of Canada must self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon arrival.