3 Saskatoon flights carried COVID-19 cases
SASKATOON -- The province says three recent Saskatoon flights are known to have carried passengers with COVID-19.
One of the flights originated in Saskatoon and two landed in the city, according to the Government of Saskatchewan's website tracking COVID-19-affected flights.
In an update posted Monday, the province said the following flights are affected:
- June 11: WestJet flight WS3370 from Calgary to Saskatoon, with rows 4 -10 affected.
- June 16: Air Canada flight AC 217 (orginally 8737) from Saskatoon to Vancouver. With rows 13-19 affected.
- June 23: Air Canada flight AC 1121 from Toronto to Saskatoon. The province says there is no information available about which seats were affected.
Anyone who travelled on these flights is asked to self-monitor for symptoms.
A previous version of this story contained some incorrect details about affected flights.