Health officials across the Midlands are warning people about a rise in Coronavirus infections.
In Melton town in Leicestershire, people under the age of 40, who can't work from home, or are in regular contact with a young person in school, are being encouraged to get tested for the virus, even if they don't have symptoms.
The rise in infections amongst younger people in the town has caused concern for local officials.
Though it's thought children returning to school isn't the reason for the increase.
The local MP, Alicia Kearns, who represents Rutland and Melton has said people with symptoms can get a test at the Burton Street car park, while those without symptoms can go to the Polish club.
Meanwhile, people in Corby in Northamptonshire are being urged to limit their contact with others as coronavirus cases in the town continue to rise.
Last week Northamptonshire saw cases increase by around 4 per cent. The county's director of public health said the rise is linked to those who can't work from home.
And, in the Smethwick ward in Sandwell, the infection rate stands at more than 170 cases per 100,000 people - 10 times higher than the area in the borough with the lowest infection rate.
Health officials are urging people in the area to be 'extra careful.'