Person travelling on GO Bus that departed Pearson Airport diagnosed with coronavirus
A person who travelled from Pearson Airport in Mississauga to Hamilton has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
In a series of tweets, GO Transit announced that it's been informed that a person travelling on a route 40 GO Bus from Pearson to the Hamilton GO Centre on March 12 at 6:10 pm has tested positive for COVID-19.
GO Transit said the bus driver has spoken to public health officials, but currently has no symptoms and is self-isolating as a precaution.
GO Transit says that out of an abundance of caution, the bus was removed from service and thoroughly disinfected.
Hamilton Public Health has determined the risk is low and does not need to speak with other passengers.
Passengers who rode the bus who are concerned about their health are advised to speak with their healthcare provider.
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