The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has added more flights to its list of possible COVID-19 exposures.
The notices include flights from New Dehli and Mexico City. The Canadian government has also added an Aug. 5 flight from Frankfurt to Vancouver on its website.
All travellers arriving to B.C. from outside of Canada are required to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon their arrival.
Passengers on a domestic flight with a confirmed COVID-19 case are asked to self-monitor for 14 days.
The full list of flights is listed on the BCCDC's website. The most recent additions are listed below:
Aug. 5 Lufthansa Flight 492 Frankfurt to Vancouver Rows 19-25 Aug. 7 Aeromexico Flight 696 Mexico City to Vancouver Rows 14-20 Aug. 9 Air India Flight 1143 New Delhi to Vancouver Affected rows not reported
Aug. 10 WestJet Flight 141 Edmonton to Vancouver Rows 17-23 Aug. 9 Air Canada Flight 243 Edmonton to Vancouver Rows 2-4 and 12-15 Aug. 9 WestJet Flight 171 Edmonton to Vancouver Rows 23-29 Aug. 8 WestJet Flight 123 Vancouver to Calgary Rows 25-30 Aug. 7 Air Canada Flight 122 Vancouver to Toronto Affected rows not reported Aug. 7 WestJet Flight 461 Calgary to Kelowna Rows 5-11 Aug. 3 Air Canada Flight 224 Vancouver to Calgary Rows 20-26 Aug. 3 Flair Airlines Flight 8101 Vancouver to Calgary Rows 20-26 Aug. 3 Swoop Flight 235 Edmonton to Abbotsford Rows 1-7 Aug. 3 WestJet Flight 720 Vancouver to Toronto Rows 4-10 Aug. 3 WestJet Flight 714 Vancouver to Toronto Rows 7-13 Aug. 2 Swoop Flight 202 Abbotsford to Edmonton Affected rows not reported