Contact tracers have urged anyone who attended Senghenydd Rugby Club on Saturday, September 26 to be keep an eye out for coronavirus syptoms.
It comes after the Gwent Test, Trace and Protect Service confirmed an unspecified number of people who attended the club on that date have since tested positive for coronavirus.
Symptoms of the virus include a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a loss of smell or taste.
Anyone who develops coronavirus symptoms is required to self-isolate for 14 days and get tested, with anyone living in their household also required to stay at home.
The temporary walk-in test centre at Caerphilly Leisure Centre will remain open until October 12.
To book a coronavirus test online, visit obv.sr/c19test
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