If you flew into or out of Calgary International Airport at the end of August, you might want to check this list.
The Government of Canada has updated their list of domestic and international flights that have seen confirmed coronavirus exposures, and seven of the flights between August 27 and September 2 were to or from Calgary.
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Here are the newest additions to the domestic flight list:
- Air Canada flight AC139 from Toronto to Calgary on August 27, affecting rows 39 to 45
- Air Canada flight AC8375 from Calgary to Fort McMurray on August 27, affecting rows 14 to 20
- Air Canada flight AC8478/JZA8478 from Grande Prairie to Calgary on August 28, affecting rows 6 to 12
- Air Canada flight AC152 from Calgary to Toronto on August 29, affecting rows 23 to 29
- Air Canada flight AC319 from Montreal to Calgary on August 29, affecting rows 37 to 41
- WestJet flight WS256 from Calgary to Regina on September 1, affecting rows 2 to 8
Here are the newest additions to the international flights list:
- American Airlines from AA3839 from Dallas to Calgary on August 27, affecting rows 1 to 5
- WestJet flight WS1591 from Atlanta to Calgary on August 31, affecting rows 1 to 7
Those who may have been sitting in affected rows should get themselves tested for coronavirus by filling out Alberta Health Services’ coronavirus self-assessment tool, and self-isolate until receiving a negative test result.