FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Two more flights at the North Peace Airport had a confirmed case of COVID-19.  

Monday the B.C. CDC confirmed one flight to Fort St. John and one flight from Fort St. John had confirmed cases of COVID-19. The first case on November 5, happened on a North Cariboo Flight from Fort St. John to Kelowna. 

The second flight was November 12 and was on a North Cariboo/Summit Air 2011 flight from Kelowna to Fort St. John.

Any passengers on these fights should self-monitor for symptoms for the next 14 days.

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