Since the beginning of the pandemic, airlines have been informing the public of COVID-19 cases on flights that have been discovered after the fact.  

In the month of November, WestJet has added three flights to or from Calgary to that list.

It was last updated on Thursday, November 12. 

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The flights include:

  • Flight 610 from Calgary to Ottawa on November 6
  • Flight 129 from Calgary to Vancouver on November 5
  • Flight 3191 from Calgary to Grande Prarie on November 6

Possible rows that have come into close contact for flight 610 include 3-9.

For flight 129 it’s rows 4-10.

And finally, for flight 3191 possible exposure was in rows 8-14.

WestJet’s advisory says that guests in the rows mentioned above are recommended to self-isolate for 14 days after arrival to monitor symptoms.

Guests who weren’t in those rows should still self-monitor and isolate if symptoms do arise.

 
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