A drinker who attended one of Britain's biggest beer gardens over the weekend has tested positive for coronavirus.
The infected person visited a garden capable of holding 500 people which has been erected on a rugby pitch belonging to the Barrow Raiders.
The rugby league side converted the pitch during the lockdown in a bid to recoup money lost as a result of the pandemic.
An official for the club, which plays two divisions below the Super League in League One, confirmed the positive test on Wednesday September 2.
In the statement, the spokesman said there is no suggestion the virus was contracted at the beer garden.
The people who were with the person who has tested positive have been contacted by the track and trace system and told to self isolate.
As the beer garden is outdoors and good social distancing measures were in place other visitors to the garden on Sunday do not need to self isolate.
A post on the club's Facebook page stated: "Barrow Raiders are aware that there has been intense speculation of there being someone at our Beer Garden on Sunday that has subsequently tested positive for Covid-19.
"As soon as we heard the rumours we were in touch with the NHS Track and Trace team.
"We can confirm that there was someone in attendance that has subsequently tested positive.
"There is no suggestion that this was contracted at the event but earlier in the week, although the positive result wasn't received until Tuesday.
"We have taken advice from the Director of Public Health for Cumbria, Colin Cox, and all people that were in the immediate group have been contacted individually and asked to self isolate.
"Due to the event being outdoors and physical distancing was for the most part in place there is not a requirement for all guests to be tested or self-isolate.
"Of course if symptoms do develop then you should book a test irrespective of whether you have been to the ground."
The club has also confirmed additional cleaning procedures are in place.