You might want to keep checking this list if you've been on a plane. COVID-19 exposure on flights is being tracked by the Canadian government and there are a bunch of new instances on the list.

Canada has added to its page that shows where people might have been exposed to the virus.

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flights added to the COVID-19 exposures list

There are 14 domestic flights operated by Air Canada and WestJet on the list from July 1 to July 9.

Planes either took off from or landed in Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Toronto, Ottawa or Montreal.

For international ones, there are 19 flights on the list right now from July 2 to July 9.

Those were operated by Aeromexico, Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Pakistan International Airlines, Qatar Airlines, United Airlines and WestJet.

Information on the affected rows is included if that's been made known.

The flights on the page are updated once a day.

Currently, the list only includes information reported after July 1. Anything before that date isn't shown.

Before this, 21 flights were on the list.

Via Government of Canada
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