Were you on any of these WestJet flights?

WestJet has released a list of recent flights where passengers may have been at risk of exposure to COVID-19.

WestJest says travelers in these affected flights and passenger rows are considered close contacts and may be at risk for exposure. They are:

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March 12

WestJet Flight 667 (WS667)

Toronto (YYZ) to Calgary (YYC)

Affected rows: 11-17

WestJet Flight 2 (WS2)

London Gatwick (LGW) to Calgary (YYC)

Affected rows: 24-30

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 4 (WS4)

London Gatwick (LGW) to Toronto (YYZ)

Affected rows: 10-16

WestJet Flight 1771 (WS1771)

Phoenix (PHX) to Vancouver (YVR)

Affected rows: 5-9

WestJet Flight 302 (WS302)

Vancouver (YVR) to Regina (YQR)

Affected rows: 5-9

WestJet Flight 670 (WS670)

Calgary (YYC) to Toronto (YYZ)

Affected rows: 16-22

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 1157 (WS1157)

San Juan Puerto Rico (SJU) to Toronto (YYZ)

Affected rows: 2-6

WestJet Flight 2644 (WS2644)

Toronto (YYZ) to Liberia Costa Rica (LIR)

WestJet Flight 3440, March 7 (WS3440)

Toronto (YYZ) to Moncton (YQM)

Affected rows: 7-11

March 5

WestJet Flight 2 (WS2)

London, Gatwick to Calgary, Alberta

Affected rows: 7-14

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

"Public health officials recommend that affected individuals self-isolate for 14 days after arrival and monitor symptoms," WestJet said in an operations update March 18.

"Guests are advised to contact their primary care provider, or their local public health unit if they are concerned that they may have been exposed to or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19."

All passengers who were on these listed flights, but not in the affected rows are advised to self-monitor for signs of cough, fever or respiratory issues and to call their local health authorities if symptoms arise within the next 14 days.

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