COVID-19: Passenger transport where you may have been exposed

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Potential exposure

If you've recently travelled to, from or within Canada, you may have been exposed to COVID-19. We track exposures on planes, trains, and inter-city or inter-provincial buses. Being aware of the exposure risk can help you take the necessary steps to protect yourself and those around you.

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Cruises

Cruises are listed in the table below when we are notified that a Canadian has sailed onboard a cruise ship that has been reported to have a COVID-19 case, and has sailed within the last 14 days.

How affected passenger transport is identified

We post transport as "affected" based on information provided by:

Passenger transport is considered affected if a person with COVID-19 travelled on it while they were considered infectious. This means they're potentially able to spread COVID-19 to others.

Check the tables below to see if your transport is listed.

Tables do not include affected flight notifications from all jurisdictions

As of August 25, Alberta Health Services only collects travel/flight information on cases with severe outcomes (hospitalization or death) and PHAC receives limited notifications from Ontario (since September 9, 2021) and Quebec (since September 10, 2021).

The information listed may not be complete as not all provinces and territories report all of their transportation exposures.

We update locations once a day. We remove information older than 14 days, as this is the isolation period for those who may have been exposed.

Affected rows

A row is considered 'affected' if it's 3 rows (2 rows for business class) behind or in front of a row where a passenger:

Based on the number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 on passenger transport:

In some situations, we may list specific rows and 'unknown' rows. This happens when there are multiple cases, including some that can be associated with a specific row and some that can't.

"Affected Rows" may be added to the list over time, if we are notified of additional cases that travelled on that transport when they may have been infectious.

If you've been exposed

For passengers in affected rows or all passengers if rows aren't specified:

Last updated: November 29, 2021, 2:53 p.m. EST

Domestic flight (within Canada)

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Table 1: Domestic flights with confirmed COVID-19 cases
Airline Flight number Departing Destination Flight date
[yyyy-mm-dd]
Affected rowsTable 1 - Footnote *
No data is available in the table

International flight

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Table 2: International flights with confirmed COVID-19 cases
Airline Flight number Departing Destination Flight date
[yyyy-mm-dd]
Affected rowsTable 2 - Footnote *
No data is available in the table

Cruise ship

Cruise ships with confirmed COVID-19 cases
Cruise liner Cruise ship Departure port Departure date
[yyyy-mm-dd]
Arrival port Arrival date
[yyyy-mm-dd]
Royal Caribbean Cruise Odyssey of the Seas Fort Lauderdale 2021-11-15 Fort Lauderdale 2021-11-20
Norwegian Cruise Line Breakaway New York 2021-11-07 New Orleans 2021-11-21

Train

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Trains with confirmed COVID-19 cases
Train Train number Departing Destination Dates
[yyyy-mm-dd]
No data is available in the table

Bus

Buses with confirmed COVID-19 cases
Bus type Bus number Departing Destination Stops Dates
[yyyy-mm-dd]
No data is available in the table
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