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Vancouver to Toronto passengers warned of COVID-19 exposure

A recent bulletin posted to the Public Health Agency of Canada's flagged list warns of possible exposures on a recent Air Canada flight
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The government of Canada is warning passengers aboard a flight out of Vancouver over possible exposure to COVID-19. 

Air Canada flight AC112 left Vancouver for Toronto on July 13.

Anyone sitting in rows 27 to 33 on that flight may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, according to Canada's public health agency,  

Anyone aboard these flights should self-isolate for a 14-day incubation period and monitor for symptoms. 

"This is mandatory, whether or not you have symptoms," notes the Public Health Agency of Canada.

The flight is in addition to the following recently flagged by the BC Centre for Disease Control:

July 5: WestJet 186, Vancouver to Edmonton

July 5: Korean Air 071, Incheon, South Korea, to Vancouver

July 6: American Airlines 1270, Dallas to Vancouver

July 7: United Airlines 375, San Francisco to Vancouver 

July 8: Air Canada 311, Montreal to Vancouver

July 13: Air Canada 111, Toronto to Vancouver 

July 13: Air Canada 8073, Vancouver to Victoria

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