If you've flown from Toronto to Vancouver in the past few days, you might want to start self-monitoring for symptoms.

According to the BCCDC, Air Canada 111, a flight from Toronto to Vancouver on Monday, July 13, carried at least one passenger who tested positive for COVID-19.

AC 111

From Toronto to Vancouver

Meanwhile, a second flight from Vancouver to Victoria on the same day, Air Canada 8073, was also exposed to COVID-19.

If you were on either of these flights, the BCCDC is asking you to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for at least 14 days.

They've stopped telling passengers directly if they might be exposed to COVID-19; to find out if you might be affected, you'll have to check on their website.

Via BCCDC
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