The BCCDC is cautioning anyone who was seated in rows 29 to 32 on Air Canada flight 195, Sept. 23. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

The BCCDC is cautioning anyone who was seated in rows 29 to 32 on Air Canada flight 195, Sept. 23. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

COVID-19 exposure reported on Air Canada flight from Toronto to Victoria

The BCCDC is cautioning anyone who was seated in rows 29 to 32 on Air Canada flight 195 on Sept. 23

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has reported a series of new domestic flights where passengers may have been exposed to COVID-19, including one from Toronto to Victoria.

The BCCDC says anyone who was seated in rows 29 to 32 on the Sept. 23 Air Canada flight 195, could have been exposed to the virus.

People who were seated in those rows should self-monitor for 14 days and get tested for COVID-19 if symptoms appear, the BCCDC says.

Other domestic flights added to the exposure list all flew from Toronto to Vancouver.

The BCCDC’s full list can be found on its COVID-19 Public Exposures webpage.

READ ALSO: COVID-19 exposure alert issued for Air Canada flight that landed in Victoria


 

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