Here's which domestic and international flights have been exposed to COVID-19
While a lot of residents are avoiding travelling during the ongoing pandemic, some people may still have their reasons for getting on a plane.
In an effort to keep the public safe and informed, the federal government is keeping track of which airplane flights, both domestic and international, have been exposed to confirm cases of COVID-19.
The data includes flights departing from and arriving at Pearson Airport in Mississauga — listed as Toronto (YYZ) in the following tables.
The government says its information is updated daily, but has no information reported before June 29, 2020.
No data is currently available for trains or cruise ships exposed to COVID-19.
Residents returning to Canada are reminded that they must quarantine (self-isolate) for 14 days, even if they are asymptomatic.
Data courtesy of Government of Canada
- Pearson Airport in Mississauga had 24 international and 4 domestic flights with COVID-19 cases
- Up to 50 rows and 8 flights exposed to COVID-19 at Pearson Airport in Mississauga
- Federal government identifies multiple flights that landed at Pearson Airport with COVID-19
- Pearson Airport in Mississauga welcome 19 international and 13 domestic flights with COVID-19
- Mississauga's Pearson Airport sees 16 more international and 8 domestic flights with COVID-19 cases
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- Health Canada issues major recalls for products at Costco and various stores
- Drugs found at kids playland, 19 from Brampton busted as international trafficking ring smashed, police release all names
- COVID defiant gym stays open as Mississauga appears powerless
- Ontario premier Doug Ford in isolation