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At least one person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 was aboard a flight to Victoria in late September, according to the BC Centre for Disease Control.

The exposure occurred on Sept. 23 aboard Air Canada flight 195 from Toronto to Victoria.

Everyone who was on the flight is asked to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days after the flight, until Oct. 7.

The BCCDC warns that passengers who were seated in rows 29 to 32 are at the highest risk of exposure.

The BC Centre for Disease Control is regularly posting updates on COVID-19 exposure events. The latest updates can be found here.

Individual health authorities are also posting COVID-19 exposure events at schools. The Island Health region’s first coronavirus exposure event in a school was recently confirmed at a high school in Port Alberni

The following flights were posted to the #COVID19 exposures page: https://t.co/mpErU69lgV
• Sep 23: Air Canada 195, Toronto to Victoria
• Sep 26: Air Canada 115, Toronto to Vancouver
• Sep 27: WestJet 725, Toronto to Vancouver
• Sep 28: Air Canada 127, Toronto to Vancouver pic.twitter.com/KK9yci7ba0

— BCCDC (@CDCofBC) October 3, 2020