Public health officials are warning passengers on a flight that landed on Saturday, March 21, at Kamloops Airport about a person on board who has since tested positive for COVID-19.
WestJet flight 3241 from Calgary to to Kamloops is among flights identified by the BC Centre for Disease Control as having on board a person with the novel coronavirus disease.
The flight landed in Kamloops at 11:43 p.m.
Typically, the BC CDC provides row numbers, encouraging travellers who were seated in those rows to self-isolate for 14 days and self-monitor for symptoms. For WestJet flight 3241, no row numbers are indicated.
Health authorities will be contacting nearby passengers.
The list of domestic WestJet flights with infected travellers also includes three flights that landed in Kelowna and one flight that arrived in Prince George.