The Government of Canada is warning passengers who arrived in Toronto during the past two weeks that they might have been exposed to COVID-19.

There are 41 instances of confirmed COVID-19 cases onboard Toronto flights listed on the Government of Canada website, starting November 23 and continuing up until the most recent flight on December 4.

This includes 15 domestic flights and 26 international flights.

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41 Number of flights landing in Toronto with confirmed COVID-19 cases

All 41 of the flights landed at Toronto's Pearson Airport.

Travellers can check the website to see if their flight has been listed as well as see which airplane rows were most likely to have been affected.

The domestic flights with COVID exposures mostly came from Alberta — seven flights from Calgary and four from Edmonton, — while others came from Montreal, London, and Vancouver.

While infected international passengers listed on the website mainly arrived from places like the USA, with cases arriving from Florida, Chicago, and New York.

All international travellers into Canada are required to quarantine for 14 days, but there are no similar requirements for domestic travellers into Ontario. 

However, the federal government does encourage all Canadians to avoid non-essential travel.