HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s department of health is warning travellers of a possible COVID-19 exposure on a Sept. 30 flight from Toronto to Halifax.
The possible exposure warning applies to passengers who sat in rows 25 to 30, and in seats D, E and F, on Air Canada flight 626, which departed Toronto at 9 p.m.
Anyone who was on that flight, in those rows and seats, is advised to call 811.
The department also asks anyone else who was on the flight, but not in those rows and seats, to self-monitor for symptoms and call 811 if they develop.
Anyone who may have been exposed to the virus on this flight could develop symptoms any time up to and including Oct. 15.
As of today, Nova Scotia has five active cases of COVID-19.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 10, 2020.
The Canadian Press