Drop-in test sessions, held at two locations in Craven Arms on Friday, did not reveal any new cases of coronavirus.
After the COVID-19 outbreak at the Long Lane travelers' location in Craven Arms, tests were made available to residents regardless of whether they had symptoms.
The Shropshire Council and Public Health England provided additional testing opportunities in two drop-in sessions on Friday, saying no one in the wider Craven Arms community tested positive.
The number of people infected at the Long Lane site has decreased significantly in the past few days, and only seven people at the Long Lane site have been asked to isolate themselves after positive testing.
Rachel Robinson, director of public health for the Shropshire Council, said:
“It is very encouraging to learn that all of the test results from yesterday were negative. However, we will continue to monitor the situation in Craven Arms closely and take the necessary measures to protect the public.
"Tests are still available for the travelers' website and everyone in the local community. I want to encourage people to do tests, continue to follow the rules of social distance, and practice good hand hygiene." Yesterday's results are good news, but it is important that we do not become complacent. "
If you are based in Craven Arms and regardless of whether you have COVID-19 symptoms, you can test Craven Arms Business Park daily from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Craven Arms residents can book an appointment online or call 119 at NHS Test and Trace.