NORWOOD (CBS) – Eleven town officials and employees of Norwood, including the general manager, are self-quarantining after they attended a private event with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus.

After the event last weekend, Town of Norwood General Manager Tony Mazzucco developed cold-like symptoms. On Friday, he was tested for COVID-19, the town health department said in a statement.

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Mazzucco will work from home and the town will continue to operate as normal. Town Hall will be open during normal business hours.

“Our town is well-equipped to adapt in the face of this challenge,” Mazzucco said in a statement. “I am confident that we will be able to continue providing a high level of service to our residents even as some of us remain away from our desks next week. It’s important for residents to know that there is still a low risk that they will become infected and they should remember to take reasonable precautions to mitigate that risk.”

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Aside from Mazzucco, the town is aware of one other resident, who is not a town employee, who will need to be tested after displaying symptoms.

The person who tested positive for the coronavirus is a Norwood resident, but is not a town employee. Eight people in Massachusetts have tested positive for coronavirus.

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There were a total of 30 people at the event and they have all been contacted by their local health department to be informed of the need to self-quarantine for 14 days.