The Andalusian regional government has detected a new coronavirus outbreak on a farm in Berja, in the province of Almeria. In total, 31 employees have tested positive, most of them asymptomatic or with mild symptoms. Both the infected workers and the people with whom they have been in contact are quarantined.
The municipality of Berja has published a statement on its official Facebook page stating that all infected people "live together because of their work in a place more than four kilometers away from the town center and that they have therefore had little contact with the rest of the inhabitants of the municipality."
Consequently, the outbreak is perfectly contained and the chances of infection are very limited, especially now that the quarantine is in effect.