FITCHBURG (CBS) – Health officials are working on contract tracing after 28 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been linked to a Fitchburg church.

Director of Public Health Stephen Curry said anyone associated with Crossroads Church is encouraged to be tested.

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In addition, the city is working with businesses and other people who have been affected by the cluster.

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The church posted Wednesday that there would be no Sunday services.

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“Due to the increase and rapid acceleration of COVID-19 in Massachusetts, we will be taking extra cautionary steps to ensure that you and your family stay healthy and safe,” the church posted. “If you are not feeling well or have flu-like symptoms, please stay home and/or get tested. Please be aware that we will be cancelling this Sunday’s, October 25th, in person gatherings in order to make improvements to our facilities.”