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13 more Calgary flights with confirmed COVID-19 cases

The Canadian government has updated its list of flights confirmed to have COVID-19 exposures and 13 new cases have been detected on international and domestic flights to and from Calgary.

According to the Canadian government website, three other international flights have been identified as potentially at risk, including one that was traveling from Amsterdam to Calgary.

The flights added to the list include:

  • March 8: American Airlines Flight AA884 from Calgary to Dallas (rows affected: 21-27)
  • March 8: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines / Delta flight KL677 / DL9397 from Amsterdam to Calgary (affected rows: 18 to 24)
  • March 14: Delta flight DL4051 from Minneapolis to Calgary (affected rows: 5 through 11)

If you’ve flown to Calgary within or outside of Calgary, be sure to check the list below as 10 new cases of COVID-19 on domestic flights have been reported by YYC.

The flights added to the list include:

  • March 5: WestJet flight WS3176 from Abbotsford to Calgary (rows affected: 4 through 10)
  • March 6: Air Canada flight AC215 from Calgary to Vancouver (affected rows: 12-18)
  • March 6: WestJet flight WS526 from Calgary to Winnipeg (rows affected: 5 through 11)
  • Mar 7: WestJet flight WS3115 from Calgary to Victoria (rows affected: 8-14)
  • March 7: WestJet flight WS3129 from Regina to Calgary (rows affected: 13-19)
  • March 8: WestJet Flight 3178 from Grande Prairie to Calgary (affected rows unknown)
  • March 8: WestJet Flight 3231 Calgary to Abbotsford (rows affected: 1 through 7)
  • March 10: Air Canada Flight 145 from Toronto to Calgary (affected rows unknown)
  • March 11: Air Canada Flight 317 from Montreal to Calgary (affected rows: 34 to 40)
  • March 12: WestJet Flight 669 Toronto to Calgary (affected rows: 23-29)

“A row is considered to be affected when there are three rows behind or in front of where a person seated has COVID-19 and during a period of time when they may have been contagious to others,” the Canadian website states Government.

If travelers have recently returned to Canada, they must be quarantined for 14 days even if they have no symptoms and regardless of whether or not there was a confirmed COVID-19 case on their flight.

Visit the Government of Canada website to check if your flight has been affected and for the most up-to-date information.

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