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N.B. health officials warn of potential COVID-19 exposure on Air Canada flight from Toronto

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The government of New Brunswick is advising of a potential exposure to the coronavirus on an Air Canada flight.

On Sept. 24, Public Health identified one confirmed COVID-19 case in an international traveller who might have been infectious on the following flight:

  • Air Canada Flight 8918 – Toronto to Moncton on Sept. 17

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“Individuals who have been on these flights are asked to self-monitor for 14 days after the flight for symptoms. Should symptoms develop, please self-isolate and call 811,” health officials said in a release.

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