QUINCY (CBS) – A parent who attended the Quincy High School graduation on Saturday has since tested positive for coronavirus, the school told parents in a letter a day after the ceremony.

Interim Superintendent of Schools Kevin Mulvey said he was notified of the positive test Sunday morning.

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Mulvey said everyone in attendance was required to wear a face covering, seating was six feet apart and there was a staggered entrance to the stadium.

“Because of these precautions, there is a low risk of transmission to the majority of those attending the ceremony yesterday,” Mulvey wrote.

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The Quincy High School graduation. (Image Credit: Anthony Andronico)

The City of Quincy’s Health Department has already completed contact tracing, and anyone who was potentially impacted has been notified.

Anyone who assisted with a medical emergency at the stadium is asked to contact the Quincy Health Department.

At least one Quincy resident disapproved of the graduation taking place to begin with.

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“Nobody intends to go anywhere so they can transmit a virus but at the same time, I don’t think any of this is wise right now,” said John Doherty. “The children have basically achieved something wonderful but it’s not worth the risk of putting people in a place where they can all get sick.”