A Big 12 program has shut down it voluntary workouts for the time being in response to 14 student-athletes testing positive for COVID-19.

Bruce Feldman of The Athletic reported on Saturday that Kansas State has temporarily paused all voluntary workouts on campus for football student-athletes. Last week, the University of Houston announced it had also stopped all workouts when six individuals tested positive for the virus.

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“Kansas State, in conjunction with university and county medical officials, has announced it has paused all voluntary workouts for football student-athletes for 14 days following the most recent COVID-19 test results,” Feldman wrote on Twitter. “A total of 14 student-athletes have tested positive for Covid.”

Several schools have reported that student-athletes have tested positive for the virus. Most recently, Texas announced that 13 student-athletes tested positive while Clemson revealed that 28 student-athletes and staff members tested positive for the virus.

Kansas State is one of the few — at least currently — that has halted workouts as a result.