Seven more Calgary flights identified for COVID-19 exposure

Jan 4 2021, 1:50 pm

Seven flights carrying people who later tested positive for COVID-19 have passed through the Calgary International Airport since Christmas.

Individuals on these flights may have been contagious while on the plane.

Domestic flights

On December 30, WestJet flight WS127 from Calgary to Vancouver carried someone infected with COVID-19 sitting between rows 1 to 6.

On December 28, WestJet flight WS526 from Calgary to Winnipeg had someone sitting between row 1 and 4 who was contagious.

On December 27, WestJet flight WS652 from Calgary to Toronto had someone who later tested positive sitting between row 1 and row 4.

Also on December 27, WestJet flight WS3335 from Calgary to Comox, BC, carried someone who was contagious sitting between row 13 to 19.

On Boxing Day, WestJet flight WS652 from Calgary to Toronto had someone sitting between row 1 and 4 who was contagious.

calgary COVID-19 flights

Domestic Calgary flights with potential COVID-19 exposures (Government of Canada)

International flights

Arrivals on these flights should all still be in their 14-day quarantine, but some passengers have already tested positive.

On December 30, Delta flight DL4051 from Minneapolis to Calgary carried someone with COVID-19 sitting between row 11 and row 17.

On December 28, WestJet flight WS1475 from Palm Springs to Calgary carried someone with COVID-19 who was sitting between row 1 and row 4.

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