Passengers who tested positive for coronavirus flew on six different WestJet flights

WestJet is warning those who flew on six different flights in March that some passengers have tested positive for COVID-19.

Passengers who flew in the rows listed below are considered to be close contacts and could be at risk for exposure. The infected passengers flew on the following flights:

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March 12
WestJet Flight 1447 (WS1447)
Las Vegas, Nevada to Edmonton, Alberta
Affected rows: 2-8

WestJet Flight 665 (WS665)
Toronto, Ontario to Calgary, Alberta
Affected rows: 19-27

WestJet Flight 1201 (WS1201)
LaGuardia, New York to Toronto, Ontario
Affected rows: 3-9

WestJet Flight 2311 (WS2311)
Cancun, Mexico to Calgary, Alberta
Affected rows: 32-38

WestJet Flight 3240, March 12 (WS3240)
Edmonton, Alberta to Grande Prairie, Alberta
Affected rows: 1-6

March 11
WestJet Flight 1157 (WS1157)
San Juan, Puerto Rico to Toronto, Ontario
Affected rows: 2-6

WestJet Flight 4 (WS4)
London, Gatwick to Toronto, Ontario
Affected rows: 10-16

March 10
WestJet Flight 3326 (WS3326)
Vancouver, British Columbia to Kelowna, British Columbia
Affected rows: 10-16

March 9
WestJet Flight 2643 (WS2643)
Liberia, Costa Rica to Toronto, Ontario

March 7
WestJet Flight 2644 (WS2644)
Toronto, Ontario to Liberia, Costa Rica

WestJet Flight 3440, March 7 (WS3440)
Toronto, Ontario to Moncton, New Brunswick
Affected rows: 7-11

March 5
WestJet Flight 2 (WS2)
London, Gatwick to Calgary, Alberta

March 3
WestJet Flight 2 (WS2)
London, Gatwick to Calgary, Alberta
Affected rows: 7-14

February 28
WestJet Flight 1199 (WS1199)
Phoenix, Arizona – Toronto, Ontario
Affected rows: 18-22

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Passengers who may have been exposed on the affected flights are being told to self-isolate.

source: citynews1130.com, westjet.com

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