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The BC Centre for Disease Control has added the latest batch of flights to the COVID-19 exposure list.
According to the BCCDC, 12 more flights through the province between April 5 and 14 had passengers test positive for the virus. Of the 12 trips, six were domestic and six were international.
On April 5, Air Canada flight 127 from Toronto to Vancouver had an exposure between rows 25 and 30. Two days later, WestJet flight 139 from Calgary to Vancouver had an affected person in rows 21 to 30.
April 8 had a carrier on Air Canada flight 104 from Vancouver to Toronto between rows 18 and 23. The next day, Air Canada flight 45 from Delhi to Vancouver had confirmed cases in rows 18 through 26 and 37 to 43.
On April 11, five different exposures were reported. Air Canada flight 45 from Dehli to Vancouver, American Airlines flight 392 from Vancouver to Dallas, WestJet flight 136 from Vancouver to Calgary, WestJet flight 3113 from Calgary to Victoria and WestJet flight 3176 from Abbotsford to Calgary had cases across various rows.
The next day, two more flights had individuals with the virus. Air Canada flight 8839 from San Franciso to Vancouver had a confirmed case between rows 12 and 18 while All Nippon Airways flight 115 from Vancouver to Tokyo had a carrier in an unreported row.
April 14 had the final recorded exposure. Passengers sitting in rows one, two, eight and nine of American Airlines flight 2263 from Dallas to Vancouver all tested positive for the virus.
Those who were on these flights should monitor for COVID symptoms. For a full list of flights with exposures, click here.