You can try the run_once attribute:
Example from the ansible docs:
- command: /opt/application/upgrade_db.py
You may try to executive delegate_to module to the playbook hence the task will be executed in that particular server at once.
-name: Running ansible command on a single server
delegate_to: server name
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Here is concept which you can follow.
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