The BC Centre for Illness Management has recognized 10 extra flights with COVID-19 instances on board which have handed by means of British Columbia’s airports in current days.
The flights had been added to the BC CDC’s checklist of public exposures on January 27, 28, and 29.
The company is warning anybody who was on the flights to watch for signs for 14 days.
On Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced that main Canadian airways, together with Air Canada and WestJet, can be suspending service to Mexico and the Caribbean till the tip of April.
As effectively, worldwide flights can solely land at 4 airports throughout the nation – together with YVR – and travellers can be required to take a COVID-19 check upon arrival in Canada.
Whereas they await the outcomes of the check, passengers should quarantine at a chosen lodge at their very own expense. If the check is unfavourable, they’ll full the rest of their necessary two-week quarantine at dwelling.
On January 19, Air Canada flight 128 from Vancouver to Toronto confirmed a COVID-19 case on board. Rows 1 to 4 are affected.
On January 20, Air Canada flight 234 from Vancouver to Edmonton carried an contaminated passenger. Rows 12 to 17 are affected.
Additionally on January 20, Air Canada 128 from Vancouver to Toronto reported a virus case. Affected rows are from 1 to 4.
On January 23, Air Canada flight 551, which travelled from Los Angeles to Vancouver, had a coronavirus case on board. Rows 18 to 24 are affected.
Additionally on January 23, Air Canada flight 254 from Vancouver to Kelowna carried a passenger with COVID-19. Rows 24 to 29 are affected.
On January 24, WestJet flight 139 from Calgary to Vancouver had a coronavirus case on board. Affected rows are from 8 to 14.
Additionally on January 24, WestJet flight 3315, which flew from Calgary to Comox, reported a virus case. Rows 3 to 9 are affected.
The identical day, Aeromexico flight 696 from Mexico Metropolis to Vancouver confirmed a COVID-19 case. The affected rows haven’t been reported.
Additionally on January 24, WestJet flight 186 from Vancouver to Edmonton carried a passenger with coronavirus. Rows 15 to 19 are affected.
On January 26, Air Canada flight 255 from Kelowna to Vancouver had a virus case on board. Rows 20 to 26 are affected.