The BC Centre for Disease Control has added more flights to the COVID-19 exposure list.
According to the BCCDC, three domestic flights between Oct. 9 and 14 included passengers who tested positive for the Coronavirus.
On Oct. 9, Air Canada Flight 115 had a reported case between rows one and four. That flight was from Toronto to Vancouver.
Just two days later, WestJet flight 195 from Calgary to Victoria had an exposure between rows one and seven.
On Oct. 14, Air Canada Flight 241 from Edmonton to Vancouver also had a positive test. The affected person was sitting between rows 24 and 28.
For the full list of COVID-exposed flights, click here.