VICTORIA – The BC Center for Disease Control (BCCDC) has recently warned flight passengers that they could be exposed to COVID-19 after linking to at least one case on board.
The affected plane is coming to Victoria from Toronto on Saturday, September 5th.
Passengers on Air Canada Flight 195 are asked to monitor for features. The BCCDC said passengers sitting in rows one to four were at risk of being exposed.
Anyone on board will be asked to self-monitor for 14 days for COVID-19 symptoms.
BC Center for Disease Control regularly updates its list of possible COVID-19 exposure events on its website Here.
On Thursday, Provincial Health Officer Dr Bonnie Henry encouraged all British Columbians to check out the BCCDC website and their local health authority webpage. In their community.