Tests have confirmed a COVID-19 outbreak in a caravan park in Shropshire with 21 new cases.
The subjects were asked to isolate themselves for at least seven days from the time of the advertisement Corona virus Symptoms or from the time they received their positive result.
However, the Council is concerned that the number of cases at the site will continue to increase before infection control measures take effect.
All residents of the Caravan Park in the city of Craven Arms are asked to isolate themselves from their household for 14 days if they have come in contact with one of the positive cases.
A test center has now been set up in a nearby commercial area and a test has been offered to all local residents.
The center is open for the next two weeks between 10.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. People living nearby can book a test online via NHS Test and Trace or by calling 119.
A playground near the caravan park was also closed to reduce social contact and the risk of transmission.
City Councilor David Evans said: "Our priority is to protect the health and well-being of our residents.
"I've been to Craven Arms to speak to residents and businesses to answer questions and assure them that the risk to the general public is low."
He added: "I would like to thank the members of the community for their continued support and collaboration.
"We continue to rely on everyone to play their part on site and encourage residents to continue to isolate themselves and take all necessary precautions.
"This is the only way we can stop the virus from spreading."
According to the Shropshire Council, staff have provided residents with information on how to prevent the virus from spreading, its symptoms and if it is unwell.
It was also said to have distributed personal protective equipment, hand sanitizers, detergents, and other supplies to the residents.