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Over 70 Flights With COVID-19 Cases Have Landed In Toronto In The Past 2 Weeks

Dozens of Toronto flights have confirmed COVID-19 cases in just two weeks.

According to the Government of Canada, over 70 flights that landed in the 6ix between April 1-15 had confirmed cases.

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In total, there were 77 exposed flights, 19 of which were domestic and 58 international. 

Hot spot departing locations included Dubai, Delhi, Istanbul and Vancouver. 

International travellers that are entering Canada are currently required to stay in one of the country's quarantine hotels.

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