- Food & Drink
- Travel & Lifestyle
- Arts & Culture
- News & City Info
The BC Centre for Disease Control is warning residents over another batch of flights added to the province's COVID-19 exposure list.
According to the BC CDC, four new flights through Vancouver recorded COVID-19 exposures. Of the four trips, three were domestic while one was international.
The first positive test was reported on a Jan. 9 flight from WestJet. Flight 711 from Toronto to Vancouver had a carrier between rows 14 and 20.
Exactly one week later, the same flight had an exposure in rows one to six.
On Jan. 17, WestJet flight 720 from Vancouver to Toronto had a positive test in an unreported row.
The final exposure took place on Jan. 18. American Airlines flight 1539 from Dallas to Vancouver saw its exposure between rows 24 and 27.
For the full list of flights with COVID-19 exposures, click here.