If you flew into or out of Calgary International Airport recently, you might want to check this list.
The Government of Canada has updated their list of domestic and international flights that have confirmed coronavirus exposures, and 13 of the flights between October 12 and 22 were to or from Calgary.
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Here are the new additions to the domestic flight list:
- WestJet flight WS613 from Ottawa to Calgary on October 11, affecting rows 1 to 7
- WestJet flight WS195 from Calgary to Victoria on October 11, affecting rows 1 to 7
- Air Canada flight AC142 from Calgary to Toronto on October 12, affecting unknown rows
- Air Canada/Jazz flight AC8378/QK8378 from Fort McMurray to Calgary on October 12, affecting unknown rows
- WestJet flight WS3394 from Edmonton to Calgary on October 14, affecting rows 3 to 9
- WestJet flight WS637 from Calgary to Abbotsford on October 14, affecting rows 9 to 15
- Air Canada flight AC322 from Calgary to Montreal on October 17, affecting rows 31 to 39
- WestJet flight WS139 from Calgary to Vancouver on October 17, affecting rows 1 to 7
- WestJet flight WS676 from Calgary to Toronto on October 17, affecting rows 26 to 30
- Air Canada flight AC326 from Calgary to Montreal on October 18, affecting rows 30 to 36
There were also three international flight involving the Calgary International Airport and a confirmed case of coronavirus:
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines fright KLM677 from Amsterdam to Calgary on October 14, affecting unknown rows
- WestJet flight WS2247 from Puerto Vallarta to Calgary on October 17, affecting rows 23 to 26
- WestJet flight WS3211 from Cancun to Calgary on October 17, affecting rows 6 to 12
Those who may have been sitting in affected rows should be tested for coronavirus by filling out Alberta Health Services’ coronavirus self-assessment tool, and self-isolate until receiving a negative test result.