ALL residents at a south Shropshire caravan site hit by a coronavirus outbreak are now free of the virus.

Shropshire Council and Public Health England (PHE) Midlands have confirmed all residents on the Long Lane site in Craven Arms have now completed their self-isolation and are free of infection.

As of today Monday (August 10), nearly 400 people in the wider Craven Arms community have been tested, but no additional positive cases have been identified.

"We again want to reiterate that the risk of catching coronavirus in the Craven Arms community is low and encourage everyone to play their part by continuing to follow the Government guidelines to reduce the risk of transmission," a spokesperson for Shropshire Council and PHE said.

Testing is still available for Craven Arms residents, regardless of whether people have symptoms.

A test site is open daily between 10.30am and 3.30pm at the highways department in Stokewood Road.

Residents are advised to go online to book a test.