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New coronavirus exposures reported on 4 B.C. flights, 3 of them headed to Alberta

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The BC Centre for Disease Control has flagged four new flights for possible exposure to COVID-19.

The centre recommends passengers on the affected flights self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days from the date of travel.

Read more: Passengers on 31 flights in Canada may have been exposed to COVID-19 in July

Cases have been identified on the following flights:

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  • July 2: West Jet flight 460 – Kelowna to Calgary
  • July 5: Korean Air flight 071 – Incheon to Vancouver
  • July 5: West Jet flight 186 – Vancouver to Edmonton
  • July 5: West Jet flight 3312 – Kelowna to Edmonton

Under the Quarantine Act, anyone arriving in British Columbia from outside of Canada is required to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days upon arrival and submit a self-isolation plan.

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