The government of Canada is warning passengers aboard a flight out of Vancouver over possible exposure to COVID-19.
Air Canada flight AC112 left Vancouver for Toronto on July 13.
Anyone sitting in rows 27 to 33 on that flight may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, according to Canada's public health agency,
Anyone aboard these flights should self-isolate for a 14-day incubation period and monitor for symptoms.
"This is mandatory, whether or not you have symptoms," notes the Public Health Agency of Canada.
July 5: WestJet 186, Vancouver to Edmonton
July 5: Korean Air 071, Incheon, South Korea, to Vancouver
July 6: American Airlines 1270, Dallas to Vancouver
July 7: United Airlines 375, San Francisco to Vancouver
July 8: Air Canada 311, Montreal to Vancouver
July 13: Air Canada 111, Toronto to Vancouver
July 13: Air Canada 8073, Vancouver to Victoria