A further 4 flights have been additional to the BC Centre for Sickness Control’s COVID-19 exposures checklist.
All 4 possibly arrived or departed from Vancouver late last month. A few had been domestic, when one was international.
The very first flight landed in Vancouver from Toronto on July 24. The flight range is Air Canada 119, and rows 12 to 18 are considered to be most at possibility of publicity to the virus.
The 2nd flight departed from Vancouver for Edmonton 3 days later, on July 27. That flight variety is WestJet 186. Folks in rows two to 8 could be most at danger of COVID-19 publicity.
The similar route – WestJet 186 from Vancouver to Edmonton – also experienced a COVID-19 publicity on July 30. The greatest-hazard rows on that day’s flight have been rows six to 12.
Ultimately, a July 29 flight that landed in Vancouver after leaving from Amsterdam was also included to the BCCDC’s checklist. That flight, KLM 681, experienced an exposure someplace in rows 31 to 35.
Since the commence of July, 21 domestic flights and 21 intercontinental flights have been included to B.C.’s exposures listing.
Anyone on just one of the domestic flights ought to self-check for indicators for 14 times. Any individual arriving internationally is necessary to isolate and keep an eye on by themselves for signs and symptoms for 14 days.
B.C. wellness officers no extended straight get hold of individuals who ended up seated in close proximity to a confirmed case of COVID-19 on a flight. Rather, the BCCDC supplies updates on flights with verified scenarios as it becomes aware of them.
A comprehensive list of the latest exposures can be observed on the BCCDC’s web-site.
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