Have you travelled by plane recently? You might want to see if someone on your flight has the virus. There have been more than 70 possible COVID-19 flight exposures on planes that have landed in Canada recently.\nThe government keeps an up to date list of all possible COVID-19 exposures within the country on planes, trains and cruise ships.\nIt's so that people can check and see if they might've come into close contact with someone who has the virus while travelling.\nFor planes, the list includes information on the airline, flight number, departure and arrival cities, date and the affected rows.\nIt's updated once a day and exposures are removed when they're older than 14 days because that's the quarantine period.\nAs of September 14 at 3:15 p.m. ET, 40 domestic and 38 international flights have been identified as places of possible exposure.\nThey range from August 31 to September 11.\nAir Canada, Air Transat, Flair Air, Swoop and WestJet domestic trips that took off between those dates are included on the list.\nFor international flights, planes operated by AEROMEXICO, Air Canada, Air India, Air Transat, Egypt Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, WestJet and more are affected.\nDid you recently fly to or within #Canada? Concerned you may have been exposed to #COVID19 during your flight? Check out @GovCanHealth’s website: https://t.co/IpkB9otoIV— Transport Canada (@Transport_gc) September 15, 2020\nCanada recommends monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms if you sat in one of the affected seats or were a passenger in another seat on a flight that's listed.\nYou can always do a self-assessment online or contact your local public health authority.\nIt's important to remember that if you travel into Canada, you have to quarantine for 14 days regardless of which country you were in.\nView this post on Instagram At the start of 2020, 67 airlines were operating out of Pearson compared to just 16 in the first quarter of this year. While we miss seeing all the different aircraft and liveries, we miss our community more. Being a healthy airport is about more than installing plexiglass and cleaning more frequently - it's about staying connected with our community throughout this time of change. Click the link in our bio to see all the ways we're trying to stay connected with YOU until you're able to visit us again. When the time comes, what aspect of air travel are you most looking forward to? A post shared by Toronto Pearson (@torontopearson) on Jul 22, 2020 at 1:19pm PDT\nThere is also a possible COVID-19 exposure on a train.\nVIA Rail train number 39 that went from Montreal to Ottawa on August 31 has been identified as a place where people might've come into contact with someone who had the virus.\nHowever, that exposure will soon be removed from the list because it's been 14 days.\nDuring the first couple of weeks of September, 43 flights with possible COVID-19 exposures have landed in Toronto.