On August 7, WestJet flight WS592 out of Toronto was exposed to the virus. At this point, the affected rows remain unknown. Another flight on August 4 from the city – Air Canada flight number AC418 – was also identified with rows 20 to 26 considered to be at risk of exposure.
Two other flights from Toronto have also been confirmed with cases, including Air Canada flight number AC462 on August 4 and Air Canada flight AC427 on August 3. . Rows 12 to 18 were hit in the flight that left on August 3.
Air Canada flight AC427 which departed from Montreal to Toronto on August 3 has been identified with rows 12 to 18 presenting a risk of exposure. Another Air Canada flight, the AC427, departing from Montreal to Toronto on August 1, has also been identified by the government with rows 13-19 considered at risk.
Two WestJet flights on August 3 from Vancouver to Toronto – WS720 and WS714 – are also on the list. Lines 4 through 10 on flight WS720 and lines 7 through 13 on flight WS714 have been affected.
WestJet flight WS676 from Calgary on August 2 also posed a risk of exposure, although the exact lines are unknown.
Since the first week of August, eight international flights have also been reported.
Air Canada flight AC879 from Switzerland to Toronto on August 4 was also reported with confirmed cases of the virus. The lines are unknown. Another unknown case of affected rows was also reported during an Aug. 4 flight from London to Toronto. This flight was identified as Air Canada flight AC849.
On the same day, August 4, rows 20 to 26 were affected as Air Canada flight AC7682 out of Chicago was reported with a case of coronavirus.
Lines 14 through 20 were assigned to United Airlines flight UA3488 from Newark to the city on August 3.
Two other flights that arrived in Toronto on August 2 were also reported: Pakistan International Airlines flight PK797 from Lahore and Etihad Airways flight EY141 from Abu Dhabi. Lines 66 to 72 on the Lahore flight and lines 7 to 11 on the Abu Dhabi flight were considered potentially exposed to COVID-19.
Also on the 2, Air Canada flight AC992 out of Mexico City had confirmed cases with rows 19 to 25 affected.
On the first of the month, Air Transat flight TS831 from Punta Cana was also reported with confirmed cases. The lines are from 18 to 24.
“If you have recently returned to Canada, you must quarantine yourself for 14 days from the date of your arrival in Canada. This is mandatory whether or not you have symptoms, ”the government website read.
For up-to-date information or to see if your flight has been affected, visit the Government of Canada website.