The Kelowna International Airport announced Sunday morning it had just been informed that a passenger that flew on a Vancouver to Kelowna flight on March 10 has tested positive for COVID-19.
The impacted flight from Vancouver to Kelowna was WestJet flight WS3326.
The airport said passengers in rows 10 to 14 are “considered close contacts and may be at risk of exposure.”
However, a statement from WestJet said rows 15 and 16 could also be affected.
The airline said public health officials are recommending those in rows 10 to 16 “self-isolate for 14 days after arrival in Canada and monitor for symptoms.”
WestJet said if passengers in self-isolation do notice symptoms they should contact HealthLinkBC at 811.
“Public health officials are advising … other guests of WS3326 on March 10 are not required to self-isolate, but should self-monitor for 14 days after arrival in Kelowna as a precaution,” the airport said in a media release.
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