If you've been on a plane recently, you may want to check out the below list of COVID-19 cases on B.C. flights. \nBCCDC has just added a few more flights to the domestic exposure list, making it total at 22 for October alone. \nEach of these routes has flown either out of or into the province. \nEditor's Choice: BC Is Getting Hit With An 'Arctic' Snow Storm With Up To 15 cms Of Snow On Friday\n\n\n“\n\n\nPassengers on a domestic flight with a COVID-19 case should self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days. \n\n\nBCCDC\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n BCCDC\n \n \n \nIf you've been on a flight that's recorded a case, the province advises you to self-monitor. \nOf the 22 flights, 17 of them landed in British Columbia. \nAll of the other routes flew from B.C. to Alberta. \nBoth provinces have entered their second wave and are recording record-breaking daily case counts. \nBe sure to keep up to date with travel restrictions, health guidelines, and potential exposures if you plan to fly.