|Travellers aboard an North Cariboo Air flight which originated |
from the Terrace Airport on November 11 have
been advised of a COVID-19 report from that flight
A charter flight departing from the Terrace-Kitimat Airport on Remembrance Day has made for another entry into the COVID advisories from the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control.
The flight in the Northwest spotlight was charter flight 1653 operated by North Cariboo Air, which provides charter air services across the province.
The rows deemed affected as part of the alert are listed as rows 3-9.
On their website page, the BC CDC notes that when it comes to their Flight Alerts, where information on affected rows is available, passengers seated in these rows should be considered to be at higher risk of exposure due to their proximity to the case.
The BC CDC also offers up some advice on Self-isolation protocols, as well as Self Assessment support and tools.
The November 11th alert makes for the third such advisory for the Terrace airport since the arrival of COVID in the province in January.
On Thursday, we made note of the first COVID related alert for Prince Rupert, with the British Columbia Centre for Disease controlling making note of an exposure on the November 16th Air Canada Jazz flight between Vancouver and Prince Rupert.
More notes related to COVID-19 measures in British Columbia can be explored from our COVID-19 archive page here.
Further notes on air transportation in the Northwest can be explored from our archive page here.