The are now ten confirmed cases in the county. No further details about the individuals is available.
Sarah Scott, director of public health at Gloucestershire County Council said: “I want to reassure everyone that, with our partners, we are doing everything we can to make sure the county is as prepared and resilient as possible.
“But it is important to be clear – we can’t do this alone, everyone needs to help where the can – check on your neighbours, especially those who are more vulnerable, to see if they need any support, reassurance or just a chat to help make sure they don’t become isolated.
“It’s a small thing but will have a big, positive impact.”