The BC Centre for Disease Control has added an additional three flights to the COVID-19 exposure list.
According to the BCCDC, one domestic and two international flights to the province carried passengers who tested positive for COVID-19. The positive tests took place between Oct. 10 and the 12th.
On Oct. 10, WestJet flight 182 from Kelowna to Calgary had a passenger test positive. They were seated between rows one and four.
Two days later, the two international flights had positive tests. Delta flight 3702 from Seattle to Vancouver had COVID-carrier in an unreported row.
KLM flight 681 from Amsterdam to Vancouver had the same issue arise.
For the full COVID-19 exposure list, click here.