Four domestic flights heading to destinations on Vancouver Island have been added to the BC Centre for Disease Control’s public exposures list.
Three of the flights were to Nanaimo, and one was to Victoria. All of them originated in Vancouver and were with Air Canada or its affiliates.
The BCCDC lists passenger rows where applicable as an indicator of a higher risk due to proximity to the case.
The flights and their affected rows are:
- Air Canada Jazz flight 8253 on December 12th to Nanaimo | Rows 2 to 8
- Air Canada Jazz flight 8261 on December 14th to Nanaimo | Rows 8 to 14
- Air Canada/United Airlines flight 8075/8435 on December 14th to Victoria | Rows 17 to 20
- Air Canada flight 8265 on December 15th to Nanaimo | Rows 5 to 11
All passengers on a domestic flight with a COVID-19 case should self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days.
Effective March 27, the BCCDC is no longer notifying passengers on affected flights about potential exposures. The information on affected flights is posted publicly on the BCCDC website.