At least five individuals were contaminated with coronavirus after going to a non-school-sanctioned “mini-prom” in southeastern Illinois, officials said Friday.Wabash County health officials wish to find anybody who participated in the Aug. 4 occasion in Mount Carmel, which is about 150 miles east of St. Louis and 130 miles west of Louisville, Kentucky.In addition to the 5 contaminated so far, another 40 people with close contact to them have gone into quarantine, Wabash County Health Department Administrator Judy Wissel informed NBC News on Friday. Far, none of them have actually been hospitalized.Let our news satisfy your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.Under state standards, as lots of as 50 people can collect within as long as they can safely socially distance. “none of the pictures weve seen, were there deal with masks on,” Wissel said.Several teens in the location posted photos of themselves– ladies in gowns, young boys in tuxedos– on Instagram on or around Aug. 4. While they appeared all set for an official event, it wasnt clear if they in fact went to one. Some used the hashtag #quarantineprom. The “mini-prom” goers were from Mt. Carmel High School. They threw the celebration in place of their traditional end-of-year official, which was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to Wissel.”It was simply a sub-group of kids who got together to have a prom,” she stated. “Im not exactly sure if parents had a function or helped it at all make it come together.”Wabash Unit Community Schools Superintendent Chuck Bleyer firmly insisted that the district had no role in the “mini-prom.””I do not know who organized the event or the number of attended,” Bleyer stated. “Additionally, no school personnel were included. The term prom is utilized, it was purely private with no school affiliation.”The “mini-prom” participants leased celebration space at the Anderson Building, at 15039 Four H Center Lane, authorities said.A lady who addressed the phone number for the Anderson Building refused to say who leased the space on Aug. 4 and decreased comment.David K. LiDavid K. Li is a breaking news reporter for NBC News.Janhvi Bhojwani contributed.