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If you have an agreement with the site for the pitch where you have your van, then they should leave your van in situ until the end of your agreement period.
Granted it is only 2 weeks time.
You could agree for them to move you van. You could agree and ask for a refund of some site fees and possibly compensation for the last two weeks.
Or, you can refuse and they will just have to wait two weeks.
Really your choice.
The way covid is going, there may well be more lockdowns in place before then anyway.
It is understandable they would not want someone who tested positive to stay onsite, but if out of isolation it could be fine.
Really it is up to you, the options above still apply, as long as you have paid up, they should leave you where you are unless you agree otherwise.
If you have paid for that pitch until that date, that is a contract, and he will be in breach of it.
However, for the sake of two weeks, for a period where you may not even be able to visit, you would need to decide if you really want the hassle of litigation for such a small amount of time and money.
You would have to attempt to mediate first, then if that got nowhere, send a formal letter before claim, in which you would seek your costs etc, if that failed then you could pay to take the case to court.