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Possible COVID-19 exposure on flight to Penticton

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A passenger on a recent Air Canada flight to Penticton has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

The COVID-19 positive case was on Air Canada flight 8352 from Vancouver to Penticton, Dec. 22, with possible exposures to those sitting in rows 2 to 8, according to the BC Centre for Disease Control.

Passengers in the affected rows are required to self monitor for symptoms for 14 days and to self-isolate immediately if they develop any symptoms, in addition to contacting Interior Health.

For the most recent COVID-19 exposures on flights, visit the BCCDC website here.


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