Public Health is warning about potential exposure to COVID-19 on three more flights.
The first is a WestJet flight from Edmonton that landed in Halifax shortly after 6:00 on Sunday morning.
Passengers in rows 8 to 14 and seats C, D, E and F who are not fully vaccinated are asked to immediately isolate, even if they don’t have symptoms, and book a COVID-19 test.
Passengers in those rows and seats who are fully vaccinated are not required to isolate or be tested, unless they develop symptoms.
Similar instructions apply to passengers in rows 30 to 36 and seats C, D, E and F on an Air Canada flight from Toronto that landed in Halifax shortly before 12:30, last Friday morning.
And, passengers in rows 25 to 31 and seats A, B, C and D on another Air Canada flight from Toronto that landed in Halifax at 2:35 on Saturday afternoon are being asked to isolate and get tested if they’re not fully vaccinated.