Were you a passenger on flight 4212 into CIU Airport this past Sunday?

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If you were a passenger on flight 4212 into Chippewa County International Airport (CIU) on Sunday, March 15th @ 10:45 p.m. from MSP (Minneapolis, MN), it was determined by Algoma Public Health (APH) that a Canadian passenger aboard that flight tested positive for COVID-19.  APH is asking all Canadian passengers aboard that flight to contact them.  American passengers should contact Chippewa County Health Department for further guidance (906) 635-1566.

Chippewa Travelers:  For several weeks, the airport janitorial staff and the airline staff have provided more frequent cleanings to all surfaces in the airport terminal and on the aircraft.  The same was true after this flight.

The CDC has asked anyone that is not feeling well to refrain from contact with groups of people; and to refrain from public gatherings if you have been in contact with someone that may have the virus.  This applies to air travel as well.

Chippewa County International Airport and Delta Airlines will continue to protect the health and well-being of all CIU passengers.


  1. Wouldn’t they have a list who was on the flight and their contact info?… it’s the people that person came in contact with like security, ticket booth personal and restaurant staff that they should be finding

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