If you've recently travelled to the 6ix, you might want to check yourself for symptoms. The Government of Canada is warning of multiple Toronto flights with COVID-19 that travelled last week. Anyone who has flown into Canada must self-isolate for 14 days.
According to the Government of Canada's website, multiple domestic and international flights that travelled through Toronto were later reported to have been exposed to the disease.
Out of the ones that were reported, four were domestic and five were international.
Air Canada reported that flights that travelled to and from Winnipeg, Montreal, Frankfurt and Cancun may have exposed passengers to COVID-19.
Other airlines that reported cases included WestJet, American Airlines and Air India.
Some of their flights to and from Saskatoon, Thunder Bay and Calgary reported possible exposure.
They also had departures and arrivals in Philidelphia, New Delhi and Charlotte.
Overall, the government warns that there were nine Toronto flights that may have exposed passengers to COVID-19 last week.
If you think you may have travelled on one of these flights, you can check which rows may have been exposed.
"If you think you might have COVID-19, use our self-assessment tool to find out what to do. Always follow the recommendations of your local public health authority," reads a statement from the website.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, airlines and airports have continued to add additional safety measures to help protect passengers.
Air Canada announced back in May that they would start to take the temperatures of all passengers who were boarding their planes.
Pearson Airport has also followed suit and announced that they would send travellers home if their temperature was too high.
The popular hub also announced that they would have cleaning robots and disinfectant walk-thrus to help stop the spread of COVID-19.