The B.C. Centre for Illness Management has added a number of extra flights to its record of COVID-19 exposures.
The newest additions took off as lately as Nov. 5 and as way back as Oct. 22. Particulars of the affected flights comply with.
- Oct. 22: Lufthansa flight 492 from Frankfurt to Vancouver (rows 22 to 27)
- Oct. 29: Air Canada/Jazz flight 8084 from Seattle to Vancouver (rows one to 5)
- Oct. 30: Aeromexico flight 696 from Mexico Metropolis to Vancouver (rows 13 to 19)
- Oct. 30: Air Canada flight 25 from Vancouver to Incheon (rows 50 to 55)
- Oct. 30: Air Canada flight 114 from Vancouver to Toronto (rows 43 to 49)
- Nov. 2: Aptitude flight 8187 from Prince George to Edmonton (rows 26 to 32)
- Nov. 2: Aptitude flight 8157 from Toronto to Vancouver (rows 29 to 32)
- Nov. 3: Air Canada flight 8418 from Vancouver to Kelowna (rows one to seven)
- Nov. 3: WestJet flight 706 from Vancouver to Toronto (rows 25 to 29)
- Nov. 4: United Airways flight 1641 from Denver to Vancouver (rows 22 to 27)
- Nov. 5: WestJet flight 129 from Calgary to Vancouver (rows 4 to 10)
Anybody who was a passenger on any of the listed flights ought to self-monitor for signs of COVID-19, searching for testing and self-isolating if any develop.
Passengers seated within the specified rows are thought of to be at larger danger of contracting the illness due to their proximity to a recognized case.
Everybody who arrives in B.C. on a world flight is required to self-isolate for 14 days upon touchdown.
Well being officers in B.C. now not straight contact individuals who have been seated close to somebody with a confirmed case of COVID-19 on a flight. As an alternative, well being authorities submit notices about affected flights on-line.