Both Michigan and Michigan State have reported positive COVID-19 cases following testing. Both schools released that information this week.

On Thursday, Michigan State announced that it tested 124 student-athletes and received one positive test. That individual will be isolated for 10-14 days while those who tested negative will be tested again on June 22. If the results are negative again, they will be permitted to start voluntary team activities on campus.

While meeting with the media on Thursday, Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel said that two student-athletes tested positive for the virus of the 221 who were tested.

The NCAA lifted its ban on organized team activities on June 1. Since that time, schools across the country have started opening their doors to student-athletes to return to campus with proper COVID-19 protocols and guidelines in place.

Several schools have reported positive COVID-19 tests. Individuals who have tested positive have been isolated while those who have been in contact with the infected individual are also spending time in quarantine before being permitted to return to activites.