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COVID19 exposures on flights in June

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  • Jul 7th, 2020 11:44 am
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Aug 10, 2019
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COVID19 exposures on flights in June

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Deal Expert
Feb 7, 2017
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Eastern Ontario
Well that’s not good.

But thankfully someone is sharing data in a public place ... FaceBook
Guessing the info is coming from Public Health
???

I see some flight numbers are listed more than once
So assume that means more than one POSITIVE case on-board
Deal Fanatic
May 14, 2009
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PointsHubby wrote: Well that’s not good.

But thankfully someone is sharing data in a public place ... FaceBook
Guessing the info is coming from Public Health
???

I see some flight numbers are listed more than once
So assume that means more than one POSITIVE case on-board
Here’s the source:

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/ ... rings.html

Flight numbers are listed more than once because that flight number flew on different dates.
Deal Fanatic
Jul 4, 2004
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Ottawa
This is good to know but how soon was it made available. At this point it's basically useless as most of these flights were over 2 weeks ago so anyone on them either didn't catch COVID or has already caught it and spread it around and either have symptoms now (so they know probably know they have COVID) or are now fine.
Deal Addict
Nov 2, 2015
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Vancouver
At least the mandatory mask rule help a bit here

the virus probably won't spread to others if the guy wear mask all the time
Deal Expert
Feb 7, 2017
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michelb wrote: This is good to know but how soon was it made available. At this point it's basically useless as most of these flights were over 2 weeks ago so anyone on them either didn't catch COVID or has already caught it and spread it around and either have symptoms now (so they know probably know they have COVID) or are now fine.
Seems to be more of a data reporting tool as this Govt of Canada website says:
The information on this page is not exhaustive, it is gathered through reports received from:

* provincial and territorial health authorities
* international health authorities
* public websites

Information reported before June 22, 2020, is not reflected on this page. We provide updates to locations once a day.
So looks to be based on info that Public Health is gathering @ Testing Centres etc when they do the Questionnaire / Contact Tracing Part of the Covid exercise (data as of June 22nd). Says the website updates daily ... so we can expect going forward that it will be more helpful than it was when it was perhaps first begun.

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