Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Fourth potential COVID exposure for passengers through Terrace airport listed for February

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control has added a fourth advisory for travellers that may have taken a flight out of the Terrace airport this month; this time related to a Canadian North flight from February 10th that was destined for Edmonton.

The advisory listed on the BC CDC data base notes that Canadian North flight 5T1501 is of note, with rows 18-24 the are listed of interest towards a potential exposure.

The February 10th flight joins a West Jet Flight from December 8th and two Air Canada flights from February 7 and February 1st as those listed this month so far.

 On the page, the BC CDC advises that Passengers on a domestic flight with a COVID-19 case should self monitor for symptoms for 14 days.

The BC CDC also offers up some advice on Self-Isolation protocols, as well as Self Assessment support and tools.

For the latest on the provincial response to COVID-19 see our archive page here.

A look at some of the past advisories and other aviation themes in the region is available here.

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