FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The BC Centre for Disease Control has announced that two flights into Fort St. John this month had passengers with COVID-19 on board.
According to the BC CDC website, two flights this month had passengers with COVID-19 on them. They’re asking that anyone who was on Flight 8183 from Vancouver on November 5th and sat in rows 4 to 10 and flight 8183 from Vancouver on November 12 and sat in rows 5 to 10 is advised to self-monitor for symtoms for 14 days.
As of Friday, there were 95 active cases within the Northern Health Region and 25, 474 cases across the province. The BC CDC updates the dashboard for the Northern Region, Monday to Friday at 5 p.m.